Story : Chillar Party is about a few innocent and naughty kids, living in Chandan Nagar society, whose lives change when 'Phatka' (a domestic help) and his dog 'Bheedu' enter their lives. Things take a turn when ‘Bheedu’s’ life is endangered and they call out for a battle against a local politician, who is on a mission to drive away stray dogs from Mumbai. Review : Chillar Party is a kids movie, which is a family entertainer, for it transfers one into a world where emotions outdo reasons. It’s truly touching and heart wrenching, if not entertaining. The entire call for revolution by the 'Chillar Party,' to save an animal may be little overdone, but it’s definitely not preachy and melodramatic. It’s refreshingly new and touching for the young minds. On the flipside, the plot and storyline could have been crispier and executed in a better fashion. The battle hour with the politician and the ‘Chaddi’ march could have added to the storyline, if they were handled well. Star Cast : While all the kids are natural and innocent in their own way, Naman Jain as 'Jhangiya' stands out with his immature and confident acts as a kid. The best scene is where 'Jhangiya' participates in the ‘Chaddi’ campaign wearing his father’s oversized ‘chaddi’. Irrfan Khan as 'Phatka' is perfect for his part as he has fewer dialogues, but speaks a lot through his silent emotions. His bonding with other kids and the dog ‘Bheedu’ seems natural and adds to the conflict of the film. Direction : Writer-Director Vikas Bahl and Nitesh Tiwari have presented the story from a kid's point of view and have delved into the psyche of kids pretty well. The plot is imaginative and it explores the innocence of adolescent kids, intermixed with poignant moments, which may bring a lump in your throats. Diologues/Cinematography/Music - The beauty of the dialogues, lies in the sheer simplicity and authencity, where the kids speak their heart out. Camera work is nothing noteworthy, but complements the storyline. The use of camera to capture the tiniest details to depict a child’s emotions, is worth watching. Music is not that great and lacks punches. Ranbir’s item song ‘Tie tie phiss’ is completely wasted as it comes out only when the end credits roll. Ups and Downs - Watch it for the kids, whose simplicity and innocence stays in your heart even when the film ends. The heartwarming piece of reality is a family entertainer as it gives a deeper insight into the world of kids. On the flipside, the narrative is too slow and the outcry for battle by little kids is little overdone and looks bit jarring.