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Movie Review: Zero | Zero disappoints on a large scale! movie review of – Bollywood News in Hindi

Zero is an extremely important film for many reasons. The most important reason is that, it is Shah Rukh Khan and Aanand L Rai, who have worked together in their last three films. [तनु वेड्स मनु, रांझना और तनु वेड्स मनु रिटर्न्स] Took a hat-trick of hits from Se, their first film together.

Unlike his previous films, this time the stakes were much bigger. The film’s lead actor appeared in a role he had never played before, while space travel was incorporated into the film’s script in a significant portion of the second half. Naturally, the expectations are huge.

Without opening the full story, here we first tell you about the short story of the film :- Bauua [शाहरुख खान], is a 38 years old man, who lives with his family in Meerut, a small town in Uttar Pradesh. He was in marriage bureau [अनुष्का शर्मा] Sees her profile and she likes him and then he decides to propose her for marriage.

Initially Afiya is not interested in Bauua. Bua comes back disappointed. After a few months, one day the boa is surprised to see Aafia in his house.

boa’s father [तिंग्माशु धूलिया] Bauua and Aafiya decide to get married and the reluctant Bauua also agrees to the marriage. While Bauua participates in a dance competition where the winner is crowned by superstar Babita. [कैटरीना कैफ़] Will get a chance to meet

An ardent fan of Babita, Baua cheats on Aafiya on her wedding day. What happens in the film after this is revealed in the rest of the film.

First let’s start with the story, the story of the film [हिमांशु शर्मा] It rests on a very fine plot. The author has included space travel in the story and you could argue [वो भी सही मायने में] That it is this aspect which takes the story away from the production i.e. that one cannot imagine about the film. But still the author fails to weave a compelling and engaging screenplay.

There are some eye-catching moments in the first half of Zero that win your heart and bring a smile to your face. At the same time, there are some scenes which grab your attention but then you realize that as the film progresses, something is going wrong.

After the interval again you have an expectation from the film, and you expect some good writing and emotional scenes – as in Anand’s earlier films, which makes the entire film a great film. Unfortunately, the writing goes completely awry as the fun portion of the film ends, the romance seems superficial and the emotions fake and false.

What saves Zero to some extent is some sharp and funny lines, apart from fine performances from its main cast. But the bitter truth is that these great lines or specific sequences are often forgotten once you leave the theatre.

Aanand L Rai’s direction is a far cry from the works of his previous films. In fact, an incredibly talented storyteller, Anand is known for making you laugh, tickle and cry in his well-made films. Anyone who remembers his earlier films will be astonished as to how he accepted a half-baked script. As the film progresses, many questions pop up in your mind and then you soon realize that this is an incomprehensible script.

In the second hour the graph of the film drops further. Generally, you don’t complain about the run time/length of the movie if the scenes in the movie enchant you

Ajay-Atul’s soundtrack is the plus point of the film. ‘Mera Naam Tu’ is undoubtedly, the best track. Salman-Shahrukh’s song is like a treat for the fans of both the Khans. The cinematography is superb. The camera has captured many local places and moods very well, which means the camera work is superb. The production design is top notch. Special mention to VFX, which matches global standards.

Shahrukh Khan is the lifeline of Zero. He is in his top form. Shah Rukh deserves 10 out of 10 for his excellent performance because he has done a really great job. Anushka Sharma shines in her character. There is no doubt that he is the best among all the actors and his fine performance is proof of that. Katrina Kaif stuns with her scintillating performance. In some scenes in the second half, he gets a lot of scope to cover.

Mohammad Zeeshan Ayub is dependable and adds fun to the film. Tigmanshu Dhulia is perfect. Brijendra Kala is hardly visible. Abhay Deol and R Madhavan hardly contribute.

Zero features Sridevi, Kajol Rani Mukerji, Alia Bhatt, Deepika Padukone, Karisma Kapoor and Juhi Chawla in an unmissable scene.

Overall, Zero has many factors to go through like the presence of big stars, their stellar performances, strong sound track and of course, its release during the Christmas and New Year holidays. But alas, the much-awaited film gets defeated due to weak-defective and unbalanced screenwriting. This film disappoints in a big way.



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