Zindagi Tere Naam
| Director||Ashu Trikha|
| Writer||Sanjay Masoom|
| Lyrics||Faiz Anwar, Jalees Sherwani|
| Release Date||16-Mar-2012|
| Cast||Mithun Chakraborthy, Ranjeeta, Ashish Sharma, Priyanka Mehta, Dalip Tahil, Supriya Karnik, Sharat Saxena, Himani Shivpuri, Aseem Ali Khan, Yatin Karyekar|
Movie Review:- It's about a sweet love story of Siddharth (Aseem) and Priyanka set in Dalhousie. The plot uses liberally every Bollywood formula over the ages. The long-haired hero chops wood to make violins. Romance is the utmost from his mind. His friend states stuff like that there will only be wood in your hands, never ever a pretty girl ¦ till he sees Anjali (Priyanka) coming out of the water. Cupid's arrow strikes faster than that axe in Siddharth's hand. She was enjoying vacations with her parents and he takes the fastest possible plunge into the violently running river to express his love for her. All's well till the angry parents cut short the heroine's birthday. You don't have to guess like in all such potboilers the hero and heroine will meet only after some mixed characters step in.
Direction, Dialogues and Music:- The dialogues are lifeless, music needs melody and the background score is highly overdramatic.
Overall: - If there's one thing that creats this film worth a watch, it's Mithun Chakraborty. The actor displays his prowess as he delivers some of the best moments of the film.
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