What was supposed to be an all entertaining deal for the audiences, turned out to be falling short in terms of storyline and logic! Zero, directed by Aanand L Rai, was one of the most anticipated movies of 2018, starring Shah Rukh Khan, Anushka Sharma, and Katrina Kaif. The movie will definitely surprise you, just not positively!
As usual, Shah Rukh Khan was in his best element in experimenting with different characters, which he plays effortlessly. We’ve to expect nothing but the best from this man and he never disappoints in those terms. Anushka Sharma was phenomenal in her character, just adding feathers to her hat one after one. Katrina Kaif, safe to say, was in her best element. You can say she was born to play the role of Babita Kumari, which brought out the best of her.
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Now, talking about the storyline, the first half almost brought tears due to its hilarious dialogues and funny scenes between SRK, Mohammed Zeeshan Ayyub and Tigmanshu Dhulia. They were a HOOT! But once the focus shifts from these guys to introducing the love angle of the story is where the film loses the entertaining factor.
First half – Spot on HILARIOUS!
Second half – Draggy, boring and quite illogical.
Mohammed Zeeshan Ayyub stole the limelight – his character to his dialogue delivery and his timing, everything just adds “witty” to the entire script. What I loved about the entire movie is how they’ve shown the struggles of Bauua Singh, which will wrench your heart at many points.
“Mere Naam Tu”, sung by Abhay Jodhpurkar, will simply touch your heart and make you all mushy. It takes you back to “Main Agar Kahoon” from “Om Shanti Om”, the visuals are so appealing and SRK simply nails it at being romantic, there’s no one to beat him in that!
Overall, if you’re King Khan’s fan, it’s a must for you but if you’re a hardcore movie buff, you can dodge this one.
We give Zero 2 Stars with a kink.
What was supposed to be an all entertaining deal for the audiences, turned out to be falling short in terms of storyline and logic! Zero, directed...2.0