Chamatkar (1992)

  • Year: 1992
  • Released: 08 Jul 1992
  • Country: India
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  • Language: Hindi
  • MPA Rating: Not Rated
  • Genre: Comedy, Drama, Fantasy
  • Runtime: 171 min
  • Writer: Shaukat Baig, Lilliput, Rajiv Mehra
  • Director: Rajiv Mehra
  • Cast: Naseeruddin Shah, Shah Rukh Khan, Urmila Matondkar
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41% – Critics
41% – Audience

Chamatkar Storyline

Sundar Shrivastav a teacher dreams of building a school for village kids.His friend Prem tells him that his dream can be fulfilled as there is a teacher’s job in Dubai with good salary.Sundar sells of his land and gives the amount to Prem who asks him to come to Mumbai in few days.Upon reaching Mumbai he finds that Prem as conned him and left for Dubai with the money where as he is also robbed of his belongings.Sundar with no way to go spends his time in a Catholic graveyard where he comes across a ghost Marco who is only visible to Sunder and only he can hear him.Marco tells him he was not a good person.But when he decided to give his world of crime fro his wife Savitri.His partner Gunda killed him and buried him in the graveyard secretly.Marco then asked god to plead him as he did not get a chance to prove himself.Marco then was waiting for 20 years for this day.Marco and Sundar become friends and Marco finds he also has a daughter Mala who then loves Sundar. Marco’s only aim is to destroy Gunda and prove himself innocent where he is helped by Sundar.—

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Chamatkar Movie Reviews

Childhood Nostalgia

Shahrukh at his innocent best, Naseeruddin Shah having a hell of a time as the over-the-top ghost Marco, a delicious masala entertainer from the early 90s.

Decent flick

It is the story of a ghost(Marco) who seeks redemption(played by Naseeruddin Shah) from his past sins. For this, he entails the help of a young man Sunder(Shahrukh Khan).

Naseeruddin Shah and Shahrukh Khan play their parts to perfection ably supported by Shammi Kapoor. Urmila Mantodkar was a disappointment though. The story suffers from many clichés(like Kunta discovering the stashed gold in his closet only twenty years after) though it remains funny(especially at the last in the cricket match). The movie is ably directed and executed. The songs are average. It’s not a bad way to spend a couple of hours.

Ghosts and ghouls, dead and alive!

A cute film about a simple village school teacher Sundar (Shahrukh Khan) who is duped by his friend and robbed of all his belongings in Mumbai. He ends up in a graveyard and causes the “resurrection” of a ghost Marco (Naseeruddin Shah). Marco, a die hard criminal, was killed by his henchman Kunta (Tinnu Anand) the day after his wedding as he wished to renounce his bad ways and return the spoils of his crimes. Now Sundar is Marco’s connection to the real world and his only way to redemption and eventual release. Along the way Sundar falls in love with Mala (Urmila Matondkar) and helps her and her grandfather (Shammi Kapoor) save their college from Kunta’s greed. Who is Mala? Will Marco get his revenge? Watch Chamatkar to find out.

The story is simple and familiar with some new twists added in. The young couple are super cute – Shahrukh looks and lives the simple good soul Sundar, Naseer is amazing as ever, Urmila is vivacious. Ashutosh Gowarikar has a meaty role as one of the bad guys. Shammi Kapoor is immense but still entertaining. The film has some good songs – my favorite was Is Pyar Se Meri Taraf Na Dekho, Pyar Ho Jaayega – funny and melodious. The only thing that prevents me from rating this film better is the atrocious fashion show song and dance spectacle. Other than that this is a sweet, simple entertainer with a lesson. It is possible to redeem yourself and simple goodness can make good things happen.