A mysterious sum of money is credited into Prithvi Khurrana, a commoner's bank account. It is allegedly done by a top notorious don.This forms the crux of the film leading to subsequent comical situations.
Delhi-based Jai Malhotra is engaged to Radhika and their marriage is expected to take place soon, while Mumbai-based Naina Kapoor has a boyfriend in Dhruv and both are also plan to wed. Both travel without their respective lovers to Chandigarh to attend the marriage of Arjun and Gayatri. They meet with Gayatri's grandmother, Bijji, and mingle with others. They also organize a night of entertainment, which is also attended by Dhruv. The festivities turn to sorrow the next day when Bijji unexpectedly passes away. After a brief mourning period, the marriage takes place, and everyone returns to their respective homes. With their minds still fresh from memories and photographs from the wedding, they then experience issues and challenges when they attempt to adjust back into their respective lives. Written by
'Love Breakups Zindagi' is A Simple, Sweet Romantic Film, that has its heart at the right place. Its lighthearted tone, is nicely complimented by decent Writing & convincing Performances.
'Love Breakups Zindagi' Synopsis: A couple and many of their friends experience changes and challenges in their respective lives after attending a wedding.
'Love Breakups Zindagi' is predictable, no doubt, but there's no denying that this tale is genuinely sweet. I liked the characters, be it the leading couple, or the supporting characters, they all add to the lighthearted narrative. Sure, the second-hour is a bit too long & the film could've been trimmed, but overall, the goings-on don't bore & remain simplistic.
Sahil Sangha's Screenplay is good, although it could've been crisper. His Direction, on the other-hand, is finely done. Cinematography is perfect. Editing needed more sharpness. Music by Salim-Sulaiman is wonderful.
Performance-Wise: Zayed Khan & Dia Mirza deliver natural performances. They pair well & their on-screen chemistry, is consistent. Cyrus Sahukar is first-rate. Tisca Chopra is effortless, as always. Satyadeep Mishra is decent, while Pallavi Sharda does well. Farida Jalal is lovely. Among the cameos, Boman Irani, Shabana Azmi, Ritesh Deshmukh & Shahrukh Khan, lend good support.
On the whole, 'Love Breakups Zindagi' is surely watchable.
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