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Chef trailer out: Saif Ali Khan as doting father seeks to find true priorities

The visuals and dialogues in the Chef trailer ooze a breath of fresh air. The film, which is a remake of a popular American comedy film Chef, produced and directed by Jon Favreau, has some exciting flavours to offer in the trailer.
Written by: India TV Entertainment Desk New Delhi August 31, 2017 16:02 IST
India TV Entertainment Desk

Chef trailer featuring Saif Ali Khan is here and, we must say it looks quite interesting. Exploring the relationship between a father and a son, the promo talks about true priorities in one’s life. Also starring Svar Kamble, Padmapriya and Chandan Roy Sanyal, the film traces the life of Roshan Kalra played by Saif Ali Khan. A chef by profession, Saif undertakes to find out his actual priorities. The film tells the story of food and love and family and togetherness. Most importantly, Chef is about a father's rediscovery of the bond with his son.

The visuals and dialogues in the Chef trailer ooze a breath of fresh air. The film, which is a remake of a popular American comedy film Chef, produced and directed by Jon Favreau, has some exciting flavours to offer in the trailer. 

The first look poster of the film was released few hours before the trailer. Trade analyst Taran Adarsh took to Twitter and wrote, “First look poster of #Chef. Stars Saif Ali Khan. Directed by #Airlift fame Raja Krishna Menon. Trailer at 2 pm today. 6 Oct 2017 release”.

In a recent interview Saif Ali Khan spoke about his new film and said, “I’m truly excited about Chef, I’ve enjoyed every moment shooting for it. Raja has adapted the story beautifully for the Indian palate, underlining a relationship between a father and son. A film with such a universal appeal deserves the right release date. We, as a team, are doing our best.”

Directed by Raja Krishna Menon, the film is produced by Bhushan Kumar, Vikram Malhotra and Bandra West Pictures.  Chef will hit the cinemas on October 6.

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