“Zara Hatke Zara Bachke” has been released in theatres. Vicky Kaushal and Sara Ali Khan are the lead star cast of this film. This is a Hindi language romantic comedy drama film. It tries to show the problems and issues of a middle class. This story is of 2 hours 12 minutes.
Zara Hatke Zara Bachke: Story and Plot
This story is about middle class couple Kapil and Somya from Indore, Madhyapradesh. Kapil is a yoga teacher. Somya is a teacher in a school. Both of them live in a joint family. The house is small but the family is big. They do not have any personal room due to which both of them have to sleep in the hall at night. Both of them want to build a small house of their own under the Awas Yojna scheme of the Government of India.
When Kapil applies for this government scheme, his application is not accepted due to many reasons. Then a twist comes in their lives due to which they get divorced. For what reason did they get divorced? Will they apply again in the scheme? What was the twist due to which both of them took the decision of divorce? You will get answers to all these questions only when you watch this movie.
Zara Hatke Zara Bachke: Positive Review
In this the problems of middle class family are shown. An attempt has been made to show the life problems of a newly married couple in a comic way. This is a simple cinema film which can be watched sitting with your family.
Vicky Kaushal has played the character of Kapil Dubey. He has variety of acting. It fits into any type of scene. He has shown the emotions of Kapil’s life with great authenticity. His dialogues were simple but his dialogue delivery could seem impactful.
Sara Ali Khan has played the character of Somya Chawla Dubey. Her acting may seem overacting in some scenes. The comedy scenes done by her are okay but the emotional scenes could have been made a little more impactful. All the supporting actors have done good work. especially Sharib Hashmi has done a good job. His screen space was for a short time, but his impact will definitely be seen.
Different stories are covered in 1st half and 2nd half. Emotions can be seen in the second half. Some of its emotional scenes can hit so much that it will touch the heart. Perhaps the audience may also start feeling his pain. The family environment also seems real. In the climax, an attempt has been made to show the importance of home and family. This film has tried to target a new type of audience. There are three songs in the film which may seem connecting with the story.
Zara Hatke Zara Bachke: Negative Review
There are many mediocre comic elements in the first half. This may seem a bit comic, dramatic and a bit like overacting. When all these things become repetitive then the entertainment value also reduces. It works well in the comedy portion. No attempt has been made to forcefully add any comedy.
The presentation of the story seems weak in the first few minutes. Efforts have been made to make the story stretch, hence the movie may seem a little lengthy. Something new and unique could have been added to this story because after a while its story becomes predictable. It is known what the next story will be, due to which the fun of suspense becomes useless. But the way a problem has been presented is very engaging.
Zara Hatke Zara Bachke director is Laxman Utekar who has done his work well. He is the same director who has directed hit films like Luka Chuppi and Mimi. Its writers Maitrey Bajpai and Ramiz Ilham Khan have done a decent job in presenting the topic of middle class family problems. Sandeep Shirodkar has done the music work well. Its producers are Dinesh Vijan and Jyoti Deshpande
Zara Hatke Zara Bachke Review: Conclusion
Zara Hatke Zara Bachke is a pure family entertainer film which can be watched with your family. The storyline may seem unqiue but the performances and presentation are decent. This is not the kind of film from which we can expect anything unique. This is a decent one time watch movie.