CAST & CREW
Directed by The legendary and veteran actor
Dev Anand, Chargesheet is a movie that is based on the death of late
Divya Bharti and the sequences surrounding it, the exact reason and the mystery of her death are still a suspense.
Film opens in Dubai where an underworld don played by Naseeruddin Shah promises his wife that he will finance a movie for her. The wife of Don then comes of Panchgani where she meets the director Jackie Shroff, who is overwhelmed by the offer of directing don’s movie.
This director has made very hit films with Minnie who is played by Divya Dutta, drops the idea of taking her again as a heroine because he has to take the don’s wife as the heroine; this irritates Minnie, which results in her blackmailing Jackie Shroff. She threatens him that she will tell all his family about their relationship. Director doesn't find any solution to it decides to get her killed with the help of underworld.
Minnie also tries to seduce and threaten the hero of the movie to get her the lead role, but the hero also plans to get her killed. Suddenly a person who happens to be the father in law of Minnie comes in the picture and asks her to come back home. She threatens him too but other than taking the help of underworld he decides to kill her there only but somehow leaves her. Minnie gets killed that night and the police catch hold of her father in law who decides to investigate the case.
Chargesheet was a flop at the box office and failed to deliver any entertainment to the audience. Dev Anand is a many time a better actor than a director he is. Chargesheet was considered as a nightmare that came true with ugly clichés and dialogues that are worthless.
Even though the film has some big names including Dev Anand, Naseeruddin Shah, Jackie Shroff and Divya Dutta, but none of them was able to cause an impact with their acting.
1. Big Bollywood names and a story inspired from a true incident.
What’s not there?
1. Anything that has entertained the audience better.
If you have huge love for Dev Anand, then only you should watch the movie unless you should think twice before watching it.
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