With Zara Hatke Zara Bachke, director Laxman Utekar seems to have kept up the fun he showed with Mimi and Luka Chuppi. The movie is about a couple, played by Vicky Kaushal and Sara Ali Khan, who want to get away from their families and live in their own home. They get a divorce so they can use the main programme of the Indian government, Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana (PMAY), to buy a flat. Today, June 2, the movie comes out in cinemas.
is a great movie for the whole family, and almost every scene will make you laugh out loud. The movie shows the most everyday parts of life in a very unusual way. But at the end, it goes on for a long time, which could be boring.
Zara Hatke is a story that takes place in the small town of Indore. In Zara Bachke, Vicky Kaushal plays Kapil and Sara Ali Khan plays Saumya, two college students who are deeply in love with each other. After getting married, they live with Kapil’s family, where cousins often bother them as they try to date or even just have some alone time. Between the two of them sleeps his mom’s son. The mami is the typical bad person in the family. She is always bugging Saumya, and they have nowhere to go in the small house. Kapil and Saumya try to get a flat through the Indian government’s main programme, Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana (PMAY), so they can get away from their family. But they have to get a divorce before they can get that. What happens after that is a comedy of mistakes.
However, Zara Hatke Zara Bachke is a sincere attempt that is well don
e. It looks at the importance of family and relationships as Kapil and Saumya discover what they have lost by trying to leave their families. (A small tease is coming up) Even though the second half of the movie drags, the ending is heartwarming and will change the whole storyline on which the movie is built.Gracefully and elegantly, ZHZB shows how complicated a middle-class family can be. Kapil deals with the sellers and buys just one Thumbs Up for him and Saumya to share. He tips Rs 1 and gives out a lot of free soft drinks. He wants to take her to a five-star hotel and will even get a divorce to make her happy. Several parts of this simple story show how relationships work and how they change. ZHZB is a story about a typical middle-class family that feels very real.
Zara Hatke Zara Bachke is full of funny parts that will make you laugh out loud. Every second, something strange happens. Kanupriya Pandit, who plays Kapil’s mom, pokes fun at her Punjabi daughter-in-law for giving them cake with eggs in it. Kapil is a happy man who meets his wife in secret by wearing a fake tooth. Saumya makes up fights with him so that her family thinks they are no longer together. In a scene that takes place after their split, a government official comes to Saumya’s house to make sure she is really living apart from her husband. Kapil is with her at the time, and it is funny that he has to act like a plumber. A love triangle is also shown, which makes the ride even crazier.
The first part of the movie is funny, but after the break, it gets less funny. The amount of pleasure makes us tired and sometimes bored. The plot also seems to slow down in the second half. When Kapil and Saumya have to act like brother and sister or when Deepa mami has a dangerous disease, it adds drama that doesn’t need to be there. The writers had nothing else to add to the story, so this just seemed forced. We didn’t like the finish as much as we thought we would.
English Vinglish, Dear Zindagi, Hindi Medium, and 102 Not Out, which were all big hits, were all shot by director Laxman Utekar. Zara Hatke Zara Bachke is also a good example of his work. He has done a great job of capturing the feel of a small town. Laxman has also combined the usual idea of a family living together with a love marriage between people of different castes. Also, three cheers for the way Raghav Ramadoss shot the movie.
The best thing about the movie is how Vicky Kaushal and Sara Ali Khan act. Vicky is the perfect guy from the middle class. He knows how to act in every scene. Sara Ali Khan is both the ideal bahu from the middle class and a fiery Punjabi girl. Every new pair will be able to relate to the two. The way Vicky and Sara get along is also off the charts.
Neeraj Sood and Kanupirya Pandit as mama and mami, Inaamulhaq, Rakesh Bedi as Saumya’s father, Harcharan Chawla, and Akash Khurana have also done a great job as the other characters.
Zara Hatke Zara Bachke is a must-see because of all of its funny jokes and times. It’s a good time for the whole family and could help relieve stress in our busy world. It could have done more, though.