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Zara Hatke Zara Bachke Movie Review - Koimoi

Zara Hatke Zara Bachke   Review

Vicky Kaushal & Sara Ali Khan Romance Through A Relatable & Quirky Tale Of Aspirations But It Is Laxman Utekar’s USP That Flutters

The relatability factor in the first half lands quite well when a couple aspires to have a nuclear family and is struggling to buy a separate house.

What's Good?

It is Laxman’s favourite game of hide and seek that dips the movie this time.

What's Bad?

You can predict what happens mid-way through the second half, and that is your chance.

Loo Break:

In case you are a fan of the two stars, there is enough of them. But if you aren’t and haven’t even been impressed by the trailer, you can wait for the OTT release.

Watch or Not?

Vicky Kaushal, at this point, is the most relatable face in the A league. The actor looks like he has broken the glass ceiling and is representing people who look human and not vanity-driven stars.

Sara Ali Khan blends well in the role visually, and Rinku from Atrangi Re helps her a lot because this part falls close. The actor is growing with time, but it is the dramatics where it all feels like a glass half full.

Zara Hatke Zara Bachke is Laxman Utekar building his universe by a step more with two good actors and a relatable tale. But maybe it is reaching its saturation and you can see it.

Last words:

Zara Hatke Zara Bachke review with all the nitty-gritty details! Review by: Shubham Kulkarni


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