We all love a good love story but how often are we excited about a divorce love story, right? Zara Hatke Zara Bachke‘s intriguing plot sure did leave me curious and the catchy songs playing in my mind rent-free added to the excitement around the film. Vicky Kaushal (Kapil Dubey) and Sara Ali Khan‘s(Sowmya Chawla Dubey) great camaraderie could be seen throughout the movie’s promotions and the songs being a sneak-peek into their romance… setting our expectations high! The movie kicks off with some romance and family drama and then intertwines itself with the stereotypes of the Indian middle class.

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Zara Hatke Zara Bachke revolves around Kapil and Sowmya who seem crazy in love with each other and reside in the Dubey household with his parents. The entry of Kapil’s Mama and Mami in this house and their overstay creates the need for privacy and demand of buying their own house. Sowmya falls for a government scheme which she can avail of only after faking her divorce from Kapil. The story then moves into a space of melodrama with some generous sprinkles of comedy, one I wish was a lot more in the film.

Things I liked about Zara Hatke Zara Bachke

  1. Vicky Kaushal – Sara Ali Khan’s Fab Chemistry

Vicky and Sara as Kapil and Sowmya share a chemistry that makes you want to have what they have! There’s a bit of mischief, drama, compromise, understanding and a whole lot of love between the two. Their happy moments together can bring a smile to your face and moments of separation can leave you teary-eyed.

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2. Rakesh Bedi – Sushmita Mukherjee

Among the high moments in the film, Rakesh Bedi and Sushmita Mukherjee contributed to some excellent comic moments, leaving the audience in splits. This duo sure did bring the film to life with their performance in the movie.

3. Songs

The catchy songs that have been reigning the internet, left me with the want to see them in even more on the big screen. Right from Phir Aur Kya Chahiye to Tere Vaaste, the songs are one of the high moments which also break the momentum of melodrama in the movie.

Things that could have been better…

Zara Hatke Zara Bachke desperately needed some more comic factors and better punch lines. A little toning down on the melodrama and the stretched ending tied down to a meaningful message could’ve been made a lot crisper. How I truly wish this was a film that left me feeling refreshed!