Zara Hatke Zara Bachke Movie Review and Rating: You will feel happy, sad and excited while watching Sara Ali Khan and Vicky Kaushal starring as her.
Zara Hatke Zara Bachke- Plot
Zara Hatke Zara Bachke follows the story of a couple who want a home of their own away from their family. Sara Ali Khan and Vicky Kaushal use the Indian government’s flagship Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana (PMAY) program to achieve this.
Zara Hatke Zara Bachke- Cast
Sara Ali Khan (Saumya Chawla) Vicky Kaushal (Kapil Chawla) Rakesh Bedi (Saumya’s father) Inaamulhaq (Bhagwan Das)
Zara Hatke Zara Bachke
Saumya Chawla and Kapil Dubey are a happily married couple living in a small house with the latter’s family. While Saumya comes from a Punjabi family, Kapil, also known as Kapu, comes from a Brahmin family, which is strictly vegetarian. As a result, he takes his wife out every day so that she can enjoy non-vegetarian meals. Although Kapil earns less money than Saumya as a yoga instructor, his love is not affected by this, as seen in Laxman Utekar’s film.
But problems arise when the duo struggle with privacy issues in their own home. In order to buy a separate house for themselves, Saoumya desperately searches for ways that she can own a reasonable house while Kapu isn’t too eager.
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They fall for a government scheme as they cannot afford high EMIs and as a result fake divorce to be eligible for lottery allowance. They break up and start living apart while pretending to loathe each other.
Zara Hatke Zara Bachke- What works?
The comedic moment that I would like to mention first is brilliantly executed in the film. Rakesh Bedi and Sushmita Mukherjee, who play Saumya’s parents, are entertaining and loyal to their roles. There is a scene in the movie where Bedi and Vicky Kaushal have a deep conversation about the divorce. Bedi, who is high on drinks, tries to figure out the situation that is upsetting Kapu and is really funny to watch.
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The whole courtroom scene, when Saumya and Kapil’s lawyer enthusiastically tries to persuade the judge, is funny. She should receive a perfect score for acting. It is, without a doubt, one of the most significant elements of the film.
Returning to the Kapil family, the son of his uncle and aunt played his role quite well. He opens the refrigerator, which is stored in the room where Kapil and Saumya were kissing, and a scene ensues. It’s admirable how he provides humorous relief throughout the entire narrative.
Also, in a scene where a government official shows up to audit Saumya’s house and establish that she is, in fact, living apart from her husband after their divorce, the two are almost found out. A standing ovation deserves the scene in which Kapil, who is currently with her, plays the role of a plumber.
Zara Hatke Zara Bachke- What’s not working?
The second part after the interval will definitely bore you after a certain point. The movie has its ups and downs, but it doesn’t feel labored or overly long. Sometimes the entertainment factor bores us. The second part of the story also appears dragged. When Deepa Mami was sick, she created unnecessary drama. Because the authors couldn’t think of anything else to add, this just seemed forced into the plot.
Zara Hatke Zara Bachke- Cast Performance
I must say that Sara Ali Khan and Vicky Kaushal look good together on screen as a couple. Their nail-biting chemistry is too sweet to handle.
This time, Sara does her role quite well. She sometimes goes too far, but never to the point of becoming annoying. On the other hand, Vicky Kaushal plays a ‘desi’ Romeo who will do anything to keep his wife happy. Vicky displays a wide range of emotions and keeps the romantic mood alive on screen by acting like a lovesick lover.
Zara Hatke Zara Bachke- Final Verdict
Zara Hatke Zara Bachke is a complete entertainment movie that can be watched as a family. Laxman Utekar did a great job in the first half as the second half seemed dragged down. You will feel happy, sad and excited while watching Sara Ali Khan and Vicky Kaushal starring. The movie is certainly worth watching for its comedic timing and the sheer amount of emotions, but it had so much more potential to do.