Zara Hatke Zara Bachke Movie Review: Laxman Utekar Helmed Rm-Com film addresses the tale of Kapil (Vicky Kaushal) and Somya (Sara Ali Khan), a blissfully married yogi from Indore who span their married life with their husband’s family and are distinct to get a discrimination one day. And they both made the plan to get rid of the joint family and live separately. Actually, together, they decided that because both were not getting privacy, they should romance, love each other, and spend more time together. Just because whenever both of them used to go to do something, someone or the other used to disturb them. And both were about to succeed in their plan, but the family members got to know about it. And while the plan was being executed, they failed to succeed.
Zara Hatke Zara Bachke Movie Plot
A teenage couple from downtown Indore plans to separate by justifying their divorce by buying a new house under a government project so that they can enjoy their privacy. But it seems that things are not going as planned, and they have consequences. Will this adorable and lovable couple adjust, or will they drift apart?
About Zara hatke Zara Bachke
Zara hatke Zara Bachke Helmed by Laxman Utekar and penned by Laxman Utekar himself, Maitrey Bajpai, Ramiz Ilham Khan, and produced by Dinesh Vijan and Jyoti Deshpande, Vicky Kaushal and Sara Ali Khan were in the lead; the production companies are Maddock Films and Jio Studios. Distributed by Jio Studios Released on June 2, the movie’s duration is 132 minutes.
Zara hatke Zara Bachke Movie Review
A rom-com set in a small town with eccentric characters and a scandalous campus makes for fun proof of misconceptions. Helmar Laxman Utekar’s Creation Prove mostly delivers on this account.
It pledged to be a laughter ride as soon as the audience saw the glimpse of Kapil Dubey (Vicky Kaushal), his spouse partner Saumya Chawla Dubey (Sara Ali Khan), and their extended family. All hell breaks loose when the pandit family member unintentionally has a cake that is made with eggs. As Deepa Mami (Kanupriya Pandit) nudges Saumya, a Punjabi daughter-in-law, for defeat, Saumya puts her feet on the ground, wishing to walk away from the endless mockery. And thus, possibly, the couple chases a house, which proves to be an argument they can’t afford.
The pair of Vicky Kaishal and Sara Ali Khan quite impressive, the songs of the film catchy, and attractive. Including the performers, the director and cinematographer did an impressive job.
The story is predictable, especially in the second half; the movie is unable to attract the audience.