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September 11, 2016

‘Zindagi Kitni Haseen Hay’: All set to hit cinemas on Eid


September 11, 2016

KARACHI: Zindagi Kitni Haseen Hay is an upcoming 2016 Pakistani romantic–drama film directed by Anjum Shahzad, produced by Rafiq Ahmed Chaudhry and Fahmeeda Abdull Khaliq, it is written by Abdul Khaaliq Khan. The film's cast includes national television stars Sajal Ali and Feroze Khan in lead roles. The film will be distributed by Geo Films on Eidul Azha 2016. 

Zindagi Kitni Haseen Hay revolves around the story of a young couple Zain and Mahira who have raised a kid and seem to be struggling with the challenges of life since they married at a very young age. Both of them have their own dreams to follow and appear to be quite passionate about what they wish to achieve in life. Zain, wants to become a filmmaker. However, as their dreams affect their relationship, the two part ways at some point and so goes the story.

Zindagi Kitni Haseen Hay is an emotional roller coaster that tackles the themes of love, life, suffering and passion as the two protagonists try to find a way ahead. Cast included Sajal Ali, Feroze Khan, Alyy Khan, Shafqat Cheema, Jibraiyl Ahmed, Nayyar Ejaz, Rashid Farooqui and others perform in the film.

The story revolves around Zain (Feroze Khan) and Mahira (Sajal Ali) who accidently bump into each other. Their love blossoms and soon they get married. Fast forward to seven years later and we see them blessed with their son DoDo (Jibrayl) who is the apple of their eyes.

But now the couple doesn’t get along very well. Clashes and egoistic outbursts result in multiple small breakups – ultimately leading to a separation – in which custody of the child is given to one of the parents by the court of law.

What happens next is what makes Zindagi Kitni Haseen Hay a worthy watch. The film is packed with nostalgic reminders of all the aforementioned elements. Performance wise, Jibraiyl is the highlight of the movie; he is the true star of Zindagi Kitni Haseen Hay. His dialogues are great and he delivers them with immaculate expressions. Whereas this amazing born kid star, Jibraiyl Ahmed has made the audience go crying in the interval.

Feroze Khan has a strong screen presence (considering his photogenic face and great physique), but he needs to work on his acting a little more. He is decent as a newcomer – far better than the other neophytes in the last few years in Pakistani cinema. Sajal Ali is good in some scenes, but in most she screams. She looks cute and convincing .The music in Zindagi Kitni Haseen Hay is enjoyable as it goes with the flow of the movie and is mostly played in the background. ‘Chulbul’ is a peppy number and leaves a mark and ‘Sukhwinder Singh’s ‘Kitni Baar’ is a soothing number. ‘Ali Ali’ by Farhan Shah is the highlight, both in terms of singing and picturisation.

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