Chup OTT Release: Sunny Deol and Dulquer Salmaan’s thriller is coming soon to ZEE5

Sunny Deol and Dulquer Salmaan’s offbeat psychological revenge thriller, Chup: Revenge of the Artist, is about to make its OTT debut. Directed by R Balki, the film was released on September 23 this year to rave reviews from fans and critics alike. Those who missed it on the big screen or want to watch it again will soon be able to see it on OTT platforms.

Streaming platform ZEE5 recently announced the film’s release date. Chup: Revenge of the Artist will be available on ZEE5 on November 25th.

The film will be available in five languages: Malayalam, Kannada, Tamil, Telugu and Hindi.

Alongside Sunny Deol and Dulquer Salmaan, the film has Shreya Dhanwanthary and Pooja Bhatt in supporting roles. It is promoted as a tribute to legendary director Guru Dutt’s Kaagaz Ke Phool, which was released in 1959. Amitabh Bachchan made his debut as a music composer for the film. In the film Chup, Sunny Deol plays a police officer who works against the clock to catch a serial killer in Mumbai who is exploiting film critics for making dishonest or biased reviews of films.

The killer, who marks victims’ foreheads with bloody “stars” to represent the ratings, is referred to as “the critic’s critic”.

“Chup” is directed by Rakesh Jhunjhunwala, Anil Naidu, Dr. Produced by Jayantilal Gada (PEN Studios) and Gauri Shinde.

Related FAQs

The film Chup is promoted as an homage to what other film?

The film Chup is promoted as a homage to Guru Dutt’s Kaagaz Ke Phool.

When was Kaagaz Ke Phool released?

Kaagaz Ke Phool was published in 1959.

Who composed music for Chup?

Amitab Bachchan

Is Chup 2022 a remake?

The film Chup is promoted as a homage to Guru Dutt’s Kaagaz Ke Phool.

Is Chup based on a true story?

no R Balki previously clarified that the film is inspired by Guru Dutt but not based on the legendary artist.

What is the Chup movie about?

In the film Chup, Sunny Deol plays a police officer who works against the clock to catch a serial killer in Mumbai who is exploiting film critics for making dishonest or biased reviews of films.

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