Story: ‘Chitkabrey-Shades of Grey’ revolves around a bunch of friends- Jayan Patel (Rahul Singh), Jaggi Singh (Rajesh Shringapure), Deepak Sareen (Sanjay Swaraj), Edvin Varghese (Akshay Singh) and Balaji Narayanan (Bobby Vats), who plan a reunion party with their respective wives, after many years of passing out from college. But destiny has something else in store for them, as they fall prey to hostage of Rakesh Chaubey (Ravi Kissen), their junior in college. These people get a shock of their lives, when they discover the purpose behind Rajesh’s act, as he comes back to take revenge from them for something that happened 15 years back. Actually, Rajesh was subject to some harsh ragging by the group in question. How Rajesh plans to punish these friends, forms the rest of the story. Story Treatment: The film rests on a very thin storyline, which lacks lustre in its execution too. Good intentions of the story-teller, to show goodness winning over evil, falls flat, thanks to a terribly written screenplay. What compounds to the misery, are the frequent flashbacks that leave one totally confused. Star Cast: Ravi Kissen begins on a good note, but gets on to the nerves later with his intolerable laughter. Sanjay Swaraj, Akshay Singh and Bobby Vats look unconvincing. Divya Dwivedi, Khushbhu Gupta and Rekha Sundaram try their best to sustain their so-called oomph factor, but fail to impress. Rahul Singh and Rajesh Shringapure act as saviors, as they play their part well. Direction: Suneet Arora, who debuts as writer and director, fails to impress with his imagination. As mentioned earlier, the cliche concept of making one realise one's mistakes for the overall betterment, takes an ugly shape with its shoddy implementation. Poor characterisation is the biggest setback of the film, which ensures that the viewer is not lured to sit back and watch the flick. Music/ Cinematography/ Dialogues/Editing: Music sounds like the jingles playing on the radio. Cinematography doesn’t help either. Dialogues ring a bell, as Ravi Kissen is excellent at his dialect. Editing is strictly okay. 3 Ups and 3 Downs: Few good performances, dialogues and editing to some extent, are the high points of the film. Poor storyline, bad screenplay and an extremely intolerable music are the weaknesses. Overall, ‘Chitkabrey-Shades of Grey’ has nothing to offer, so one can easily give it a miss.