Dear Zindagi Movie Review – Rajeev Masand, Taran Adarsh, IMDB, TOI


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Dear Zindagi Movie Review


Ratings:4/5. Review by Raja Sen on Rediff

Alia is remarkably perceptive and there’s a catchy rhythm to her interactions with SRK neither ever forgetting she is principal, he is peripheral. The breakthrough she makes, the healing he offers, the bond they form extends across the screen. And so when she takes a mental picture of the room and him in the best scene of the film, you know they’ve quietly progressed from dear to dearer.


Ratings:3.5/5 Review by Meena Iyer on Times Of India

Feisty Alia, one of the better actors of the current generation, turns in a nicely nuanced performance. And SRK in his sober-avatar possessing infinite gyaan tempts you to seek out a therapist. If you’re in the mood to do some soul-searching this weekend, this film could do it for you.
Ratings:3/5 Review by Ananya on India Today
“Genius is about knowing when to stop,” says Jug in one of the film’s best scenes. Maybe Gauri Shinde should have taken his advice and stopped before Dear Zindagi began taking a toll on people’s patience.
Watch the film for Alia Bhatt and Shah Rukh Khan. It’s an emotional joyride which won’t harm you when watched once.
Ratings:3.5/5 Review by Sreeju on BollywoodLife
Dear Zindagi will definitely appeal to you if you love slice of life film. A little bit of trimming here and there would have been good, and it is not a typical Bollywood movie. However that shouldn’t stop you from not witnessing one of Alia’s best performances and SRK being his charming best.
Ratings:1.5/5. Review by Shubhra Gupta on Indian Express
Both Shah Rukh Khan and Alia Bhatt show spark but the film needed a plot to hinge the performances. Too many dialogues that say too little take the joy away from the film.
Ratings:3/5 Review by Mayank Shekhar on Mid Day
It still reads so much like a part-real, part-reflective, deeply concerned, almost cathartic, personal journal — the sorts that in school notebooks, one began with, Dear diary… Or well, Dear zindagi, as in this case. You know what? As an audience, I’d take that over anything else.
Ratings:3.5/5 Review by Manjusha on Gulf news
But that shouldn’t stop you from enjoying this feel-good drama. If you are looking for a heartwarming, sensitive film about troubled twenty-somethings, then make a date with Dear Zindagi. You won’t live to regret it.