Aye Zindagi Movie Review

  • By: nettv4u.com
  • Review for the film: "Aye Zindagi"
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  • Runtime: 1 Hour 44 Minutes
  • Certificate: U
  • Released: 14-10-2022
  • Genre: Drama
4 / 5.0

Aye Zindagi is scripted and directed by Anirban Bose. Shiladitya Bora produced the film, which is based on the real-life incidents. Surjodeep Ghosh cranked the camera and editing is by Suraj Gunjal. The film features “Revathy,” Satyajeet Dubey, Mrinmayee Godbole, Sawan Tank, Hemant Kher, Shrikant Verma, Muskaan Agarwal, Pranjal Trivedi, and Mandeep Kumar.

Plot

Vinay Chawla is a software engineer. He comes to know that he has liver cirrhosis and will be alive only for six months if he doesn’t get a liver transplant. Revathi Rajan works in the hospital as a grief counselor. When she gives counseling to Vinay, she develops a good bonding with him. Will Vinay survive? Is there anybody to help him with a liver transplant? The rest of the story deals with these.

Star Performance

Revathi’s performance is fantabulous. Her expressions are stunning, and she fits into the character well and makes the audience feel she is Revathi Rajan. She once again proved that why she had been awarded the National Award for Best Actress. Satyajeet’s performance is excellent. His dialogue delivery and expressions are mind-blowing. His bonding with Revathi is impressive. Mrinmayee Godbole, Hemant Kher, and Shrikant Verma have done a good job.

Analysis

Though the story looks simple, it is heart-warming. As it is inspired by the real-life story, there are no commercial elements added. The film has enough emotional moments and interesting characterization. All the stars fit well in the roles and the film acts a proof of humanity’s existence. The screenplay and execution are fine and the music is neat.

What’s There?

  • Good story and screenplay
  • Excellent performances
  • Impressive emotional scenes

What’s Not There?

  • Very few flaws

Verdict

It is an emotional film that impresses the audience with its content and performances. If you are soft-hearted and get deep into the story, you better have a pack of kerchiefs while watching the film.