Love Breakups Zindagi

October 7, 2011 by staff 

Love Breakups ZindagiLove Breakups Zindagi, Bollywood Filmwalas are good at recycling old stuff. From Hollywood blockbusters to Korean thriller, the films have been a rehash, re-started and quickly dressed Bollywoodishness alarming.

Although the first-time director Sahil Sangha not take the same route, which still offers nothing new or fresh unseen in his film Zindagi Love breaks. He brings out a history of cotton candy totally predictable and too long on love and its complications. In short, love breaks breaks stereotypes Zindagi not. Take a déjà vu feel to have seen it all before somewhere in a Hindi film is not very dark.

Jai (Zayed Khan) is in a relationship with a parent, health-freak girl (Pallavi Sharda). Naina (Dia Mirza) is connected with a man (Vaibhav Talwar), who is too busy to have time for it. Clearly, both relationships are destined to go down the drain.

Govind Jai Friend (Cyrus Sahukar) has gone through two divorces and, given the chance, you are ready to fall in love and marry a third time. The girl or woman rather the fantasy is called Sheela (Tisca Chopra) who is not exactly thrilled by the idea of ??marriage.

The only couple that seems made for each other is Arjun (Mishra Satyadeep) and Gayatri (Auritra Ghosh). And there are also roommate Naina (Umang Jain), which has a chain of licking ice cream breaks.

The story revolves around this group a variety of characters and especially in the brewing love story of Jai and Naina. But there is almost no development in the plot in the second half. The story goes around in circles even though nobody can predict the peak in the first fifteen minutes of the film. And that is a nuisance.

Except for one or two, not many romantic moments that leave you with rapid heartbeat. Dia Mirza is trying to get chemistry with Zayed Khan, but it is narrow in its limited scope of the expressions. Cyrus Sahukar chip is a few laughs, but it is fun. Besides, Tisca Chopra Umang Jain and are creditable.

A special word for the music composed by Salim-Suleiman. The songs are lilting melodies that stay with you long after the film has ended. Unfortunately, the same can not be said of the film. Sahil Sangha procedure is started on a promising note, but do not know when to end things. The film spans a good 2 hours and 40 minutes through painfully stretching sequences might have been fired over the editing table.

However, love is too cheesy Zindagi breaks and long term to make a movie to watch an entertaining. Best avoided.

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