'Chhorii' is second-best rated film for Nushrratt Bharuccha on IMDb
Actress Nushrratt Bharuccha greeted us with her first major solo venture, Chhorii late last month, impressing us with her flair. Her performance and Vishal Furia's direction earned accolades from all sectors. The appreciation is getting reflected in terms of the IMDb rating as well. The horror film has now become the Ajeeb Daastaans actress' second-best-rated project on the platform. Here are the details.
Why does it matter?
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- This score is calculated from the average of all the viewers' individual ratings on the platform.
- Undoubtedly, a film's high IMDb score lends credibility to an artist's capability.
Currently, 'Chhorii' boasts 7.2 out of 10 score
Getting back to Chhorii, the Hindi adaptation to the Marathi venture Lapachhapi has managed a fairly high score of 7.2 out of 10 on the platform at the time of writing. Debuting on IMDb with 7.9/10, the score for the film is likely to fluctuate as more people will watch it and score. Currently, only 3,100 people have rated it there.
Only 'Pyaar Ka Punchnama' sits ahead of 'Chhorii'
Chhorii is tied at second place with Pyaar Ka Punchnama 2. In fact, the first film of the franchise, Pyaar Ka Punchnama is Bharuccha's highest-rated venture (7.6/10). Both have at least 10,000 more votes than Chhorii. Her film LSD: Love, Sex Aur Dhokha and Sonu Ke Titu Ki Sweety both have 7.1/10, followed by her latest projects, namely Dream Girl (7/10) and Chhalaang (6.8/10).
What are you waiting for? Watch 'Chhorii' on Amazon Prime
Coming to Chhorii, the movie saw Bharuccha play Sakshi, a heavily pregnant woman who is forced to take refuge in an isolated village due to some loan sharks. Things go dark when she discovers an eerie tale of witchcraft and horror. Is the story true or does something murkier lie behind that? Watch the film on Amazon Prime Video to know the answer.