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Gauri Shinde's latest film is an emotionally resonant look at an issue that rarely gets covered in Indian society - therapy.
This is a movie that drops quotations from Faulkner and Einstein, but it rarely feels pedantic or platitudinous, thanks to the breezy, assured delivery of Mr. Khan ...
The dialogue rarely feels natural and mostly spirals out of control to triteness.
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.
The way Kaira narrates her own fears and weaknesses to Jug is pretty unreal. The dialogues are full of cliches and do not come across as natural.
This film has some fantastic moments. Some soul searching philosophy and some heart crushing realities on offer. Dear Zindagi is a feel good film. An experience that will make you feel alive.
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.
Dear Zindagi might not be a love letter to life it was intended to be, but Bhatt and Khan make this one worth watching.
Dear Zindagi is a bumpy ride but, all things considered, it's still one worth taking -- especially for the sheer pleasure of watching Alia soar.
Only movie stars can deliver such cornball sentiment with so much sincerity. Since Dear Zindagi doesn't tinker with this basic quality of the Bollywood romance, it's all good.
Maybe this is the year Shah Rukh Khan starts to reinvent himself. Maybe he'll do fewer masala films and take on projects such as Dear Zindagi instead, because he absolutely shines.
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