Yeh Saali Zindagi- The Review

| February 4, 2011 | 0 Comments

As the title of the m0vie suggests that it’s a brash movie showing the corrupt side of the life. As a matter of fact the life has more flaws then perfection. What happens when you are screwed in love? Irfan khan, Arunoday Singh, Chitrangadha singh and Aditi Rao Hydari will show you the quirky, romantic coincidences and commotions through their characters Arun, Kuldeep, Priti and Shanti respectively , which is releasing Friday.

In the film, Arun (Irfan) has to save Priti (Chitrangada) the woman he loves, but before that he has to save the man Priti loves – Shyam who is the future son-in-law of a powerful minister.

On the other hand, time is running out for Kuldeep (Arunoday), a gangster, who is on his last job as his wife threatens to walk out on him. But he believes that she is cheating on him and wants to leave him for another man.

Kuldeep can handle dreaded gangsters, but when it comes to his wife, he is weak and soft. He is screwed when the minister’s daughter calls off her engagement with Shyam whom Kuldeep has held captive. She doesn’t care about Shyam any more; neither does the minister who Kuldeep hoped would pay the ransom.

The film shows how far these two men would go to get the women they love and how sometimes what they believe to be a goof-up can also help put things on the right track.
Made at a budget of about Rs.10 crore, the film is produced by Prakash Jha and was shot in Delhi. The director canned the scenes in areas like Chandni Chowk and Karol Bagh and even in a village on the outskirts of the capital.

“She gives lots of grace to rather complicated stories. There is a lot of depth in her performance. Whenever I would have a part like that, I would go for her, ” the filmmaker said.

coming to Kuldeep Singh

He grabbed headlines after getting banned from a Pune college for kissing a girl on stage and shares a reported 22 lip locks with co-star Aditi Rao in Yeh Saali Zindagi. But actor Arunoday Singh does not understand what the fuss is about.

The New York educated grandson of veteran politician Arjun Singh, plays Kuldeep, a Delhi gangster prone to passionate displays of affection, in the film and says that the on-screen intimacy is a vital part of the script.

“Kuldeep is a violent guy but he is hopelessly in love with his wife. They fight a lot and to calm her down, he kisses her and eventually they make love. The intimacy is a part of the script and not a gimmick.

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