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Review of the trailer for Zara Hatke Zara Bachke: Sara Ali Khan and Vicky Kaushal Rekindle Their Romance In An Unhappy Marriage

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With his new movie, intriguingly named “Zara Hatke Zara Bachke,” director Laxman Utekar comes back to examine the core of a small-town relationship. The young acting duo of Sara Ali Khan and Vicky Kaushal is featured in the movie. Prior to Vicky's birthday, the movie's teaser debuted on Monday, promising an unconventional love tale involving a married couple. Until they separate, Kapil and Soumya are a happy couple. It is difficult to express either love or separation in India, as a marriage between two people also brings together two families. And that's precisely the feeling that these two are experiencing when they choose to get a divorce from one another as their relatives continue to nag, “But problem kya hai?”
Ananya Panday and Sara Ali Khan are the targets of a subtle jab from Sonam Bajwa: “They can go to Karan Johar's house.”
Watch this viral video of Sara Ali Khan working out hard to get motivated to go to the gym on a lazy weekday.
As in his last film, “Luka Chuppi,” which starred Kartik Aaryan and Kriti Sanon, Laxman maintains loyal to his way of storytelling and again bases his married couple's love story in a tiny village. The filmmaker mocks the culture that forbids couples from jointly deciding their marriage's course while also making fun of chemistry, family turmoil, and humor. The video starts off with an intriguing background narrative from actor Pankaj Tripathi explaining the plot twist.
The movie seems to be a lighthearted entertainment with respectable acting. Sara seems to have mastered the part of a straightforward lady from a small town since her debut in “Kedarnath,” and she portrays a young housewife with charm here as well. Vicky, on the other hand, tries to fill the role of the household hero, which is now held by Ayushmann Khurrana and Rajkummar Rao thanks to films like “Bareilly Ki Barfi” and “Badhaai Ho,” among others. They create a fun couple because they complement one other's positive on-screen emotions.
'Zara Hatke Zara Bachke' doesn't seem to be trying to be preachy, which could be one of the movie's easiest victories. The teaser also promises enjoyable music and plenty of humorous situations. This is yet another performer from the Dinesh Vijan entertainment stable who extracts the coziest tales from the busiest street corners. The movie is scheduled to premiere on June 2. What do you think of the trailer?

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