The film is a unique tale of a journey that Roshan Kalra undertakes to find out his true priorities and source of happiness. It’s a story of food and love and family and togetherness. And that of a father’s rediscovery of the bond with his son.
The film takes you on a fun-filled road trip with food and family as the focus. There are few dramatic confrontations but Ritesh Shah’s dialogues are smart and witty. The pace though is a bit slow; the feeling is similar to the one where you are sitting famished at the lunch table and the order arrives after a part of your hunger has dissipated. Times of India
This Saif Ali Khan starrer is a good-looking film, with good-looking people.This is the kind of film which lends itself to different languages and inflections. Roshan’s ex is a Malayali, so for her to break into her native tongue is natural.Indian Express
Satisfies Your Hunger For Good Cinema Bettering The Original One.Food being the backdrop, Chef is majorly a story of values, family and love. If you’re watching this film, a friendly advice, watch it with your stomach full – as it will make you hungry. Koimoi.com
Saif Ali Khan’s Film Is Flavourless And Forgettable.The film shows us a lot of food being prepared but holds no culinary insight or genuinely exciting artistry, and while surrounded by all manner of intriguing Kerala food, the dish Kalra chooses to make and market is basically potatoes/keema stuffed, with cheese, in a couple of rotis.Ndtv.com
Chef has multiple flavours and it comes out as a satisfying dish despite being the male protagonist being a repetitive one, who discovers himself when it’s too late like Saif’s Love Aaj Kal or Hum Tum. With a predictable ending, Chef is certainly an interesting watch with a fashioned feel to it.Decanchronicle.com
Chef Movie Review
Released on : 6-10-2017
Banner : T-Series
Cast : Saif Ali Khan, Kareena Kapoor Khan
Director :Raja Krishna Menon
Producers : Bhushan Kumar, Krishan Kumar, Vikram Malhotra, Janani Ravichandran & Raja Krishna Menon.