Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara Movie Review
Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara (Hindi)
Release Date:July 15, 2011
Kabir ( Abhay Deol) has just met Natasha. 6 months later they are engaged. He wants to go on an extended bachelor party. A 3 week road trip with Imraan (Farhan Akhtar) and Arjun (Hrithik Roshan) – his 2 friends since school. The only problem is Arjun is too tied up with work. After much emotional blackmail and cajoling the boys set off on a journey they were meant to take 4 years ago.
A fantasy holiday they had planned to take after college but never happened. A road trip where each one gets to do the ultimate sport of his choice and other two just have to do it with him. Whether they want to or not.
Kabir, Imraan and Arjun meet up in Barcelona and set off on an adventure that will not only make them iron out their differences but also face their fears, alter their perception, unravel their fabric, force them to break out of the box and teach them to seize the day.
In other words, a holiday that will change their life forever.
ZNMD takes the light-hearted tone of a fun, all-boys road trip through Spain to give you a deep and heartfelt message on why we should live life by seizing the moment and following our heartsRead more
What you take home are memorable, amusing moments of three truly adventurous amigos we've all grown up withRead more
Every character and relationship seems to hark back to Dil Chahta Hai in this rather long, lumbering and clumsily structured filmRead more
This could have been a 'DCH' with a bite; it ends up being a good-looking but bland touristy delightRead more
So fixated is the film on trying to appear 'cool', even 'minty-fresh', that the emotional connects all seem like afterthoughtsRead more
A beautifully scripted journey of catharsis for this trio, who are all battling some episode from their pastRead more
Between Spain; the chest, arms and ab quotient; and some good scenes, ZNMD is definitely worth your ticket money.Read more
Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara is a politically correct, good-looking romcom, half an hour too longRead more
Fantastic but artyRead more
It manages to take a contrived script and make it feel – just a little bit – like lifeRead more
Lovely. A bromance that has more style and heat than most rubish romcomsRead more
Catch ZNMD for good performances, music, Spain and of course, Farhan Akhtar in his elementRead more
A full-fledged road movie shot through with intelligence, emotion and, above all, humanismRead more
Zindagi Na Milega Dobara is real and can be rightly termed as a slice of life filmRead more
Sensitive and entertaining study of peopleRead more