Zindagi na milegi dobara: Movie Review

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Now after taking a dip into folklore, friends  psychology, animation, food, lets go for something which is equally interesting!! Friends and friendships....let see the plot  Read Also...Monsters.Inc: Movie Review
The Plot
The film's story follows three (friends)  childhood friends, Arjun, Kabir, and Imran, who reunite for a three-week road trip. During their trip, each friend decides to take a sport and help one another to overcome there fears. during their visit in Spain, they meet Laila, who falls in love with Arjun and helps him overcome his compulsion to work. Kabir and his fiancée Natasha experience significant misunderstandings, while Imran wishes to meet his biological father, an artist.  Read Also...GulabJaam: Movie Review
why to watch? 
 the plot is being (friends) beautifully put, Zoya akhtar, farhan akhtar and Reema Katgi have written wonderful dialogues, and screenplay.. it connects us with the youth...and how each one relates oneself with the sport, eg: Arjun connects Under water rafting to helplessness, unable to stay committed, because of which he switches to a london based company, and tries to pretend whom he is not. Imran connects with paragliding as a fear of being left out, as his biological father hed left him and his mother, whom he meets in spain. and that being the reason he is a writer, as he cannot express his feelings, he puts them in the form of lines of poem...and Kabir, he accidently gets engaged with Natasha who is just his friend and who tries to avoid telling her, just not to hurt her, but gets frustrated as Natasha is over-possessive. And then in Barcelona, pamplona, a festival in which the challenge is to get killed by ferocious bulls. there, all of the three decide to let go of the fear and not let the life get lost.  it is very interesting as every character plays his/her role with a ease, as if the dialogues are not at all written, and they are taking them instantly. just like we have casual talks with friends. it is being beautifully written, shoot, dialogues, cars, clothes....everything is just right.  Read Also...Inside Out: Movie Review

 At the 57th Filmfare Awards, Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara  (friends) received a leading 13 nominations, including Best Actor (Roshan), Best Supporting Actor (Deol) and Best Supporting Actress (Koechlin), and won a leading 7 awards, including Best Film, Best Film (Critics), Best Director (Zoya Akhtar) and Best Supporting Actor (Farhan Akhtar). Additionally, at the 59th National Film Awards, it won 2 awards – Best Choreography (Bosco-Caesar for "Senorita") and Best Audiography (Baylon Fonseca).