Chaman Bahaar is the narrative of Billu (Jeetendra Kumar), whose dad and granddad have been timberland monitors. He too needed to even consider carrying on the custom yet an experience with a bear scarred him forever. He chooses to open a paan shop however to his hardship, the street where the shop is arranged beginnings seeing less traffic as the region settle gets moved. However, his fortune changes when the group of a high-positioning government official comes and stays in the cabin inverse his shop. They have a high school girl Rinku (Ritika Badlani) and soon every one of the young fellows around create the hots for her. A contention works out between the child of a neighborhood legislator Shiladitya Tiwari (Alam Khan) and a rich financial specialist Ashu Bhaiya (Ashwani Kumar) – – which is drained as far as possible by Somu (Bhuvan Arora) and Chhotu (Dherendra Kumar Tiwari), two loafers who make due by tricking individuals. Sooner or later, Billu could do without the way that young fellows hold coming to his shop to get a brief look at Rinku as he also has succumbed to her.
Apurva Dhar Badgaiyann, who has both composed and coordinated the film, has kept a reasonable hang on the procedures. The film doesn’t have a Bollywood treatment, where the young lady and the kid beat class contrasts and take off together. Try not to anticipate a David Dhawan equation here. He doesn’t out of nowhere turned into the legend and makes the young lady go crazy over him. The sentiment happens in Billu’s creative mind. He’s a basic, semi-proficient paan merchant, who gets a serious episode of fascination yet nothing occurs past that. He utilizes gap and rule strategies to dispose of the resistance however that is his naivete influencing everything here. He hasn’t yet grown up to the real factors of life yet gleans some significant knowledge through his experience of falling in uneven love. He becomes truly ill when he at last comprehends that Rinku is associations above him. It’s a sobering second for himself and effectively the best scene of the film.
The chief hails from Bilaspur and the film has been shot in Chhattisgarh. The setting is perfect and the utilization of genuine areas loans it a demeanor of realness. The humble community stalker conduct has been caught accurately. On the less side, we don’t get to see Rinku’s response to the steady armada of stalkers she has been drawing in. She is by all accounts unaware of everything. We don’t get a brief look at her sentiments when she accidentally turns into the focal point of vindictive tattle. We aren’t shown what her folks should get going through and this that leaves a glaring hole in the story. The film is a smidgen slow, particularly in the first place. The process can’t be rushed to get moving however keeps you connected after the underlying hiccups.
Jeetendra Kumar has kind of consummated the job of a modest community fellow in his different satire shows. He completely looked like it in his hit series Panchayat and experts the look here also. In Panchayat, he played an informed young fellow constrained by conditions to turn into a clerical specialist to a sarpanch. Here, the absence of schooling is the primary driver of tension. He’s compelled to open a little shop as he has no different means to help himself. The entertainer takes us through Billu’s excursion through forswearing, disaster and acknowledgment of his general situation. Jeetendra articles the job with the normal artfulness he’s known for. The film’s screenplay misses the mark on energy we have generally expected from his tasks. Notwithstanding the blemishes, the film offers you a new interpretation of pathetic love. The chief ought to be praised for not going for a Bollywood finishing.