About – R. Balki is the director of the upcoming Bollywood action-drama Chup. The lead characters in the film are played by actors Dulquer Salmaan, Sunny Deol, Pooja Bhatt, and Shreya Dhanwanthary respectively. Hope Productions and Rakesh Jhunjhunwala are responsible for the movie’s production.
|Film CHUP 2022|
|Release Date||23 September 2022|
|Lead Cast||Sunny Deol, Pooja Bhatt, Shreya Dhanwanthary, Dulquer Salmaan|
|MUSIC DIRECTOR||Amit Trivedi|
Cast – Sunny Deol, Pooja Bhatt, Shreya Dhanwanthary, Dulquer Salmaan
Genre – Drama and Thriller Elements
Date of Initial Release – 23rd September 2022
OTT Release Date – November 2022 (Expected)
Storyline – The story revolves around Suresh, a solitary film maker who, after meeting Shanti by chance one evening, decides to use her as the protagonist of his next project. As a result of a cruel turn of events, Shanti is catapulted to the status of a movie icon while Suresh is demoted to a lower tier of the film industry.
Pruduced By – Gauri Shinde, Jayantilal Gada, Rakesh Jhunjhunwala, Anil Naidu, R. Balki as the film’s producers.
Shooting Places – Not Known yet
OTT Platform – TBA
Production Company – Hope Productions, Pen Marudhar Cine Entertainment
Directed By – R. Balki is credited with directing the film
Assistant Directors – Tavishi Ghosh, Stuti Khanna (who serves as the second assistant director), Amar Rajendraprasad Singh (third assistant director)
Writer – R. Balki
Budget – 60 Crores INR
Music Department – Sparsh Agrawal, Kautilya Bhargava, Jake Charkey, Parvatish Pradeep, Abin Thomas
Sound Department – Anuj Mathur (re-recording mixer), Rajesh Kodadi (assistant sound recordist), Avinash Sonawane (sound recordist)
Other Crew Members – Vishal Sinha (Cinematographer), Nayan Bhadra (Editing), R. Balki, Raja Sen, Rishi Virmani (Dialogue), Sandeep Sharad Ravade (Production Design)
Songs – Gaya Gaya Gaya
Interviews – Dulquer makes a disarming admission when he says that he was not familiar with Guru Dutt’s body of work. “I mean, of course I was familiar with the name Guru Dutt. And of course, I was already familiar with his wonderful tunes and had experienced some of his work. But it wasn’t until I worked on Chup with Balki sir that I realised how significant Guru Dutt was to the film industry in India.”