The Zoya Factor: Movie Review

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Directed by – Abhishek Sharma
Produced by – Fox Star Studios, Pooja Shetty, Aarrti Shetty

Starring – Dulquer Salmaan, Sonam Kapoor, Sanjay Kapoor, Angad Bedi,
Sikander Kher, Manu Rishi, Pooja Bhamrrah, Koel Purie, Pradhuman Singh, Saurabh Shukla, Rahul Khanna, Pankaj Dheer

The Zoya Factor is simply the narrative of a young lady who sees herself as unfortunate yet is the four leaf clover for the nation. Zoya Solanki (Sonam K Ahuja) is conceived on June 25, 1983, the day India won the 1983 Cricket World Cup last. Her dad Vijayandra Singh Solanki (Sanjay Kapoor) announces that she’ll demonstrate gainful for the cricket crew, having conceived on such a propitious event. While growing up, Zoya to be sure ends up being a four leaf clover for Vijayandra and her sibling Zorawar (Sikandar Kher) when they used to play Gully Cricket.

As a grown-up, Zoya anyway views herself as unfortunate. The frenzy that her relatives have for cricket makes her aversion the game. She functions as junior publicist at a promotion office called AWB and is continually committing errors, a lot to the irritation of her supervisor Monita (Koel Purie). Monita sends Zoya on promotion battle involving the Indian cricket crew in Sri Lanka and cautions not to make a blunder in what she calls a little, straightforward shoot. Zoya comes to Sri Lanka and moves toward becoming companions with Nikhil Khoda (Dulquer Salmaan), the skipper of the Indian group. This is the point at which the players have lost consecutive coordinates. The World Cup is only a month away and the weight is killing them. Upon the arrival of their match in Sri Lanka,

Nikhil welcomes Zoya to eat with the players. Here, Zoya coolly makes reference to about her date of birth and rabbit’s foot bit. On that day, India supernaturally wins the match. The players understand that she is for sure a rabbit’s foot. They make shaky guise to prevent her from returning to India and attempt to get her to eat with them for the following match. True to form, they win once more. Nikhil anyway doesn’t put stock in karma and The Zoya Factor and feels that it’s diligent work that works. However he can’t resist the urge to succumb to Zoya who also is enamored with him.

The Zoya Factor depends on the novel by a similar name by Anuja Chauhan. The story has a great deal of guarantee and is additionally relatable. Many individuals have faith in karma just as are cricket fans and thus in a nation like our own, such a story can associate with the watchers. Pradhuman Singh Mall and Neha Sharma’s screenplay (with extra screenplay by Anuja Chauhan) is viable for generally parts. They don’t make the film excessively enthusiastic even at a solitary point. The thought is to keep the film light and engaging all the way. As it were,

Sonam K Ahuja suits the part to the T. One can’t envision any other individual for this job and she totals equity, regardless of whether in the locations of her being adoration struck or acting expensive or notwithstanding acting developed and giving out some significant exercises to Nikhil in the midst of hardship. Dulquer Salmaan is super-dashing yet he likewise gets his demonstration right. He’s absolutely into his character and convincingly appears the skipper of the group. Angad Bedi gets an extraordinary part and furthermore screen space and is fine as the baddie. Sikander Kher is the shock of the film.

Overall, The Zoya Factor is a vibe decent popcorn performer that works essentially because of idea, treatment, funniness and exhibitions. In the cinematic world, it can possibly become significantly because of a decent verbal.

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