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Chak De! India: A Movie Review

Chak De! India (Let's go! India) is a 2007 Indian Hindi-language sports film directed by Shimit Amin and produced by Aditya Chopra under the banner of Yash Raj Films, with a script written by Jaideep Sahni. The film stars Shah Rukh Khan as Kabir Khan, former captain of the India men's national field hockey team. After a disastrous loss to Pakistan, Khan is ostracized from the sport owing to religious prejudice. 7 years later in an attempt to redeem himself, he becomes the coach for the Indian national women's hockey team, with the goal of turning its 16 contentious players into an award-winning team.

The film is based on the life of Mir Ranjan Negi, a former hockey player who faced similar accusations of betrayal after losing to Pakistan in the 1982 Asian Games. Sahni, a screenwriter, was inspired by the India women's national field hockey team's win at the 2002 Commonwealth Games to develop Chak De! India's script after reading about it in a newspaper. The screenplay was fictional and the characters, while inspired by the real team and coaches, were invented by Sahni. Kabir Khan's struggles bore resemblance to those faced by real-life hockey player Mir Ranjan Negi, although Sahni was unaware of Negi's tribulations while writing the script. On the suggestion of Maharaj Krishan Kaushik, then coach of the women's hockey team, Sahni invited Negi to join the film's production team.


A combination of professional players and actors were cast as the sixteen team members; workshops were conducted for training the actors in hockey and the players in acting. Kaushik and Negi would train Sahni, Khan and the other cast members over a period of six months. The sports scenes were choreographed by Rob Miller, and the soundtrack was composed by SalimSulaiman, with lyrics written by Sahni. Chak De! India released in India on 10 August 2007, coinciding with the country's 60th Independence Day, and grossed 109 crore (US$26.36 million) on a 20 crore (US$4.84 million) budget, thus becoming the third-highest grossing Hindi film of 2007. It received widespread critical acclaim upon release, with praise for its direction, story, screenplay, dialogues, feminist themes, and performances of the cast, with high praise directed towards Khan's performance.

A recipient of numerous accolades, Chak De! India won the National Film Award for Best Popular Film Providing Wholesome Entertainment at the 55th National Film Awards. It received a leading 10 nominations at the 53rd Filmfare Awards, including Best Film, Best Director (Amin) and Best Supporting Actress (Shukla), and won a leading 5 awards, including Best Film (Critics) and Best Actor (Khan). The film also won several awards at other ceremonies such as IIFA Awards , Screen Awards , Stardust Awards , Zee Cine Awards , and Apsara Film & Television Producers Guild Awards . The film was also screened at various international film festivals such as Berlin International Film Festival , Cairo International Film Festival , Tokyo International Film Festival , and Sydney Film Festival .

Chak De! India is widely regarded as one of the best sports films ever made in India and one of Khan's finest performances. The film has been praised for its realistic portrayal of women empowerment, national integration, communal harmony, and patriotism. The film has also inspired many real-life sports teams and individuals to achieve success against all odds. The film's title song "Chak De! India" has become an anthem for various Indian sports teams and events. The film has also been included in various lists of best films of all time by critics and publications such as BBC , NDTV , Outlook , Rediff , The Times of India , and Hindustan Times .


  • [Chak De! India - Wikipedia]

  • [Mir Ranjan Negi - Wikipedia]

  • [55th National Film Awards - Wikipedia]

  • [53rd Filmfare Awards - Wikipedia]

  • [Chak De! India Awards - IMDb]

  • [Chak De! India Festivals - IMDb]

  • [Chak De! India: The anthem that made India proud - The Times of India]

  • [The 100 best Bollywood movies: the list - Time Out]


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