Vicky Kaushal And Sara Ali Khan Film Delivers A Powerful Performance But There A Twist You Won Expect

The passage you provided seems to be a review or critique of the film “Zara Hatke Zara Bachke.” The reviewer acknowledges that the film explores the universal theme of loving one’s family but criticizes its execution and ending. They mention that the film starts off well and remains engaging until the interval, with comedy situations and good dialogue writing. The background score and music are praised, particularly the songs “Phir Aur Kya Chahiye” and “Tere Vaaste.” The cinematography and production design are also commended for capturing the essence of Indore. However, the reviewer states that the film’s ending is lackluster and that relying solely on emotions as a solution for every situation is a weak approach.

The reviewer expresses disappointment with the second half of the film, particularly the part leading up to the climax. They feel that the film relies heavily on emotions and sacrifices believability, resulting in a half-baked and rushed attempt. They mention that in an era where filmmakers are expected to create relatable stories, plausibility should not be compromised. The reviewer suggests that the director, Laxman Utekar, along with the writers Maitrey Bajpai and Ramiz Ilham Khan, should have spent more time correcting this aspect during the writing process. They also mention that the editor, Manish Pradhan, could have worked on tightening the second half, which appears to be stretched.