In the recent times, there haven’t been any Hindi films that kept the theatres houseful except ‘Delhi Belly’ that was a great hit in multiplexes. Last Friday release – ‘Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara’ starring Hrithik Roshan, Farhan Akhtar, Abhay Deol and Katrina Kaif in lead roles.
The reason that struck the crowd with strong likeliness for the film is that the film carries a strong message for the present-gen audiences, whose life is wedged between different problems. Few are materialistic, few with confusions on making decisions and few with their intrinsic issues.
The three characters in the film shatter down their worries and problems with a road trip that involves them in three different sports: Scuba Diving, Sky Diving and Running with the Bulls.
Money is the world for Arjun (Hrithik Roshan), who can churn out billion of dollars within a span of seconds and he works as a financial trader in London. Imran (Farhan Akhtar) is a copywriter (listen to his pals pulling his legs with the song ‘Diamond Biscuit’) in Mumbai while Kabir (Abhay Deol), a rich tycoon takes care of his father’s construction business.
These pals had planned off taking a road trip to Spain after their college that has been persistently postponed. A 3-week trip takes off and as the road travel begins, they start experiencing in a revival in themselves.
Don’t presume this film to be a modern day adaptation of ‘Dil Chahta Hai’ or ‘Hangover’. ‘Delhi Belly’ had some strong adult theme that didn’t appeal to the family audiences, but this one is a film for 7-70yr old audiences. From Chotus-Nana-Nanis, it’s a must watch film.
Well, here’s a simple significance of three sports that are undertaken by three characters.
Scuba Diving – When you get down the oceans, there’s not gonna be any sound of atmosphere, except your breath. The moral is that experience your each breath, which is commonly uncommon these days and when you do it, life becomes more beautiful.
Sky Diving – ‘I have no power over myself and Life is about going its way’. Imagine dropping yourselves from 35,000 ft over the airs and you’ll learn this.
Running with the bulls – We say it’s ‘Jallikattu’, but it has nothing to do with the ‘Running with the Bulls’ Hundreds of people are thronged across a small pavement with crowd cheering over the top. Half dozen of bulls fiercely break open from the gates and you have got to run faster. You fall down, you’re out of game and you must reach your destination. ‘You keep knocking me down, I will stand up again and nothing is going to shatter me down. If it takes a 3-week road trip to change their lives, we are sure this 3hrs (approximately) will change your lives cheerfully.
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