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Zindagi 50-50

News Helpline | May, 24 2013

Zindagi 50-50 Cast & Crew:


Ramgopal Productions Spotlight International Films.

Release Date

24 May 2013




Veeraj Kumar


Rajiv S. Ruia

Star Cast

Riya Sen,
Veena Malik,
Rajpal Yadav,
Rajan Verma,
Aarya Babbar,
Supriya Kumar,
Murli Sharma,
Atul Parchure.
Adi Irani

Executive Producer



Sabina Khan

Media Relations

Himanshu Jhunjhunwala Dwapar Promoters

Publicity Designs





Music Director

Vivek Kar, Amjad, Nadeem.




Rahat Fateh Ali Khan,
Mika Singh,
Bappi Lahiri,
Rekha Bhardwaj,
Antara Mitra,
Neha Batra,
Dev Negi.


Mukesh Maru


Satish Patil




Sachindra Sharma




Music Company




Ashish Pandit, Deepak Agrawal , Shabbir Ahmed, Vivek Kar .

Production Designers

Movie Review

Rating :

Verdict : Don't Miss It

Zubaan talks about fighting one's internal evil presences, advancing to the better dreams  we had always wanted, and managing disillusionment – the film is a visual indication of the philosophical journey most of us experience.
Story: Director Mozez Singh takes us to a journey of Dilsher (Vicky Kaushal) – a dynamic, hard-willed youth from Punjab's Gurdaspur who sets out for Delhi for a grander life. His inspiration is to end up like Gurucharan Sikand (Manish Chaudhary), an independent property giant. 
Dilsher plans contrives and strives to enter Sikand's reality, however once there; he understands the purposelessness of it. So what now? Should he turn back, or push ahead? How would he be able to realize that he is not wrong this time? 
Performances: Vickey Kaushal plays the protagonist helps noticeably in making director Mozez Singh’s job a lot easier. First Masaan and now Zubaan, Kaushal proves beyond doubt that he is among the most important acting talent to have touched base in Hindi cinema during the last decade. His command over his stammering speech leaves the audience speechless for words. Kaushal’s Dilsher is a portrait of self-destructive ambitions.
Chanana as an undesirable disliked child is especially great. There are some over-the-top scenes, however generally speaking; the agony of a desolate heir of an empire is genuine and suggestive. 
After a good performance in Angry Indian Goddesses, Sarah Jane Dias just shows signs of improvement here. Nevertheless, it is Manish Chaudhary is convincing with his layered and puncturing depiction of a cruel businessperson. 
Whats not: Singh slips up a couple times (due to the absence of rationality in the screenplay), yet surprisingly he holds the stream of the story well. 
Whats hot: Music and choreography give the movie an extra edge over other musicals. The songs are very much part of the narrative; they are mysterious and imply more than the obvious. While you may forget everything about the movie sometime later, Ashu Pathak’s music and lyrics will haunt you.
On the whole, Zubaan is one of the better music-based movies in the last couple of years, and will make for a good movie experience. Try not to miss it.


Zindagi 50-50 is a Bollywood film which is directed by Rajiv S. Ruja.

Zindagi 50:50 is a story of special dreams of a common man. And to fulfill those dreams, he has to struggle a lot, but sometimes they gets it easily and sometime he has to lose everything.

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