Saif Ali Khan’s Chef gets poor openings at box office

Saif Ali Khan starrer Chef opens at poor occupancy at theatres on day of release


Saif Ali Khan’s Chef is based on a story between a father and son and it highlights family bonding goals

Saif Ali Khan during the promotional events of Chef expressed that he had high hopes with Chef. The film released in theatres on October 6, 2017. Initial reports have showed some poor occupancy during the morning shows which was less than 10%. The film has so far received mixed reviews from the audience and the critics.

The story of the film narrates a strained relationship between a father and a son. Saif is seen playing the role of a chef. The actor during an interview with a leading website talked about the film and said, “I enjoyed it. My director wanted me to be comfortable in the kitchen. People usually cheat in movies with scenes of cutting and chopping, but we have done that well. But I found frying relatively easy, I am now an expert at it. It was such a nice atmosphere, even the dogs were excited wondering what’s happening, why is he in the kitchen. Little Taimur would also wonder what is going on, the cook was also excited.”

The film Chef is directed by Raja Krishna Menon and jointly produced by Bhushan Kumar, Krishan Kumar, Raja Krishna Menon, Vikram Malhotra and Janani Ravichandran. Chef is the official remake of the American film with the same name.

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