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Thursday Sep 15, 2016

Movie Review: Zindagi Kitni Haseen Hai

Movie Review: Zindagi Kitni Haseen Hai

Zindagi Kitni Haseen Hai (ZKHH)‘Life is Beautiful’hit cinemas this Eid-ul-Azha. The premiere/red carpet of the movie was held at Nueplex Cinema, Karachi on Thursday, 8th September, 2016 which was attended by its cast and celebrities from showbiz industry.

ZKHH starring; Sajal Ali and Feroz Khan as its lead cast whereas other cast includes Ally Khan, Rashid Farooqi, Nayyar Ejaz, Shafqat Cheema and Jibrayl Ahmed Rajput. The film is written by Abdul Khaaliq Khan and directed by Anjum Shahzad, while the music is composed by Soch (Band), Sohail Haider and Farhan Shah.

It’s an intense story with a combination of love, emotions, action and drama. The plot revolves around a young married couple that has a grown up child but the couple is faced with a complicated relationship. 

Although, it’s a big screen debut of Sajal Ali and Feroze Khan but both have already made a mark and proved their acting skills on TV while also winning hearts of many in a TV Serial Gul-e-Rana which turned out to be a huge success. Sajal also has other TV hits on her credit including Aasmano Pe Likha and Nanni. Feroze Khan has done a good job on big screen and so has the child star that played Dodo seems like a cute addition and truly an amazing actor who has done full justice with his character as per his age.

Nevertheless, there are some minor flaws in the movie, which could have been dealt with. Both Nayyaz Ejaz and Shafquat Cheema were not pleasing to eyes and mind. They are undeniably fine actors but their characters were somehow not framed well.

Alyy Khan is a tremendous actor but his first scene was a bit weak. However, his character and acting got even better as the movie approached its climax.

The movie has rightly captured the interest of the audience. The script is brilliantly written; although both Ali and Khan have just kicked off their acting career on big screen but have depth in performance and the immaculate expressions of child star will make you enthralled. The camera work is exceptional with inspiring visuals and sound effects.The music of the movie is worth listening to as it has melodious vocals and compositions. All soundtracks are beautifully composed and sung and the picturisation is also enticing on appealing locations (except the song ‘Chulbul’). Overall, Anjum Shahzad has done well.


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