Yeh Saali Zindagi
Posted by pradan raki at 10:20 PM Monday, February 7, 2011
The irrationality and one sidedness of his love creates ripples and escalates him towards calamity. On the other hand side his Kuldeep (Arunoday Singh) who kidnaps Shayam and is sailing in the parallel boat. He suspects his wife will leave him as she threatens him occasionally for that. His part of life is oscillating between a worried wife Aditi Rao Hyadri and the two gangster brothers Yashpal Sharma and Prashant Narayanan.
Priti finds herself in mess and expects a help from Arun, who has to risk everything to save her. Sushant Singh a corrupt police officer also adds on to the army of crooks. Thus the story moves interestingly giving viewers a bumpy ride where of the character swindles with each other to get the final result.
The city scenes gets chaotic and confusing and sometimes annoy the viewers. The story gets messy as it involves so many characters. The viewers find it difficult to relate to a particular character, thus the screenplay is messy.
The charisma of Irfan Khan proves his international demand and ability, not only him but Arunoday Singh also adds little bit of his individuality this time and strength to the character, he seemsto be more natural this time. The female leads too are very interesting. Chitrangda has portrayed well a mad, selfish and a person with some dangerous instincts.
Whereas, Aditi too is best suiting as a worried wife who is strong and soft. She never hesitates to beat her husband boldly in public and at the same time loves him with true heart. The shady character of Saurabh Sukhla is fun to watch.