story:The audience of Chef Roshan Kalra of a Hindustani restaurant in New York has his first meeting as an arrogant, rood and some troubled human being. This divorced man of 40 years has forgotten the purpose of his life. Ex-wife and son live in India and Roshan is far away from his son. After missing the job, Roshan comes back to India, after several occasions to peep inside himself, he travels from Kochi to Delhi with a food truck with his son. Meanwhile, the audience gets to know that Roshan Kalra, who lives in Chandni Chowk, Delhi, was forced from his nose since childhood. Dad did not want him to be a cook, so Roshan ran away from home. But after a good job in New York and the thick salary coming into the account every month, his passion was lost somewhere. The search for this passion is completed on a food truck with his son. The story is obviously taken from the Hollywood film ‘Chef’, but Roshan’s estrangement from father and the difference between South and North have also been added. The one thing that is missing is that Saif means Roshan Kalra is a very big chef, but in the whole film he is shown to make only pasta. Even after coming to India, he does not make anything other than just roti pizza. There are 2 fathers, 2 sons in this story and these 3 people are a raw example of mutual understanding. There is a lack of rhythm in this story. Therefore, we are giving 2.5 stars to the story of the film. Acting: Saif Ali Khan has completely changed according to his role in this film. In the entire film, he has worn Bermuda pants, so nowadays, in other events outside the film, Saif is seen only in shorts. As a divorced man of 40 years, he has explored himself a lot. Padmapriya Janakiraman is the actress of South Indian films in the role of his ex-wife in the film. Padmapriya is very beautiful and her acting is also very amazing like her eyes. But if anyone is impressed by his natural acting, he is the voice of Saif and Padmapriya’s son Kamble. Vowel seems to be such a keen performer right now that it is a good experience to see him on screen. His chemistry with Papa Saif seems very natural. Milind Soman has appeared in a film after a long time. Although there is nothing special for him in the film, but as long as he stays on the screen, he maintains his place. The role of other supporting actors is also excellent. We are giving 3 stars to this film for acting. Cinematography: Chef is a beautiful film. It is a good experience to see the location, acting and actors. The beauty of South India has been put to good use in this film. The direction of the film is also good, there is some point of the film left at some places. For cinematography, we are giving this film 3 stars. in totality: Overall it is a feel good film. With the temper of comedy and romance, Saif Ali Khan emerges as a better father than a good chef. This is perhaps the essence of this film. Together, we are giving 3 stars to this film.