Zindagi 50-50 (2013)

Hindi 2 hrs 10 mins Drama
Critics Score
23%
Total Reviews: 9
User Score
0%
Total Votes: 0

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Review Summary: Set in Mumbai the film revolves around the lives of three women and their predicament.

Average Critic Rating: (1.94)
Cast: Riya Sen , Veena Malik , Rajpal Yadav , Rajan Verma , Aarya Babbar , Supriya Kumar , Murli Sharma
Director: Rajiv S. Ruia.
Release Date: 24 May 2013
Est. Box Office Collection: 0.4 CR

Plot: Zindagi 50-50 is a 2013 Bollywood film which is directed by Milan Singh Yaikhom. It stars Veena Malik, Rajan Verma, Supriya Kumari, Arya Babbar, Riya Sen and Rajpal Yadav. This film dubbed is in Tamil titled Mutham Thara Vaa and in Telugu as Rangeela. Read more

Zindagi 50-50 - Top Reviews

Set in Mumbai the film revolves around the lives of three women and their predicament.
Renuka Vyavahare, Times of India
There are three types of films all over the world. 1st, are those genuine films full of efforts, hard work, creativity and passion. 2nd, are those which are made to earn big bucks by selling entertainment, superstars and larger than life dreams. Then come
Divya Solgama, Movie Zadda

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Zindagi 50-50 - All Reviews

Overall, the one thing that the viewers will learn from ‘Zindagi 50-50’ is that every other man in the society just wants to sleep with every woman and vice versa. The over-the-top characters and a needless skin-show make ‘Zindagi’ 50-50 an easy miss.Boll
Avad M, Bollywood 3
On the whole, Ziindagi 50 50 is a poor show with the added disadvantage of lacking in face value. It will prove to be a non-starter at the box-office.
Komals Reviews
Zindagi 50-50 in short can suck the life out of you. Best avoided.
Mansha Rastogi, Now Running
Well, there is nothing wrong with that but it is important that while movie touch reality, there should be a clear demarcation between rawness and sleaze.
Deepti Kanojia, Rate Movies Here
The movie may appeal to some in the name of a contemporary subject or with an appetite for B grade films
K N Gupta, Smash Hits
The film starts out as a real life drama but turns out a sleazy affair with crass dialogues and some bad acting as well.
Abhishek Bhardwaj, Rate Movies Here
First the Rise of the Zombie got a theater and now this one! But it is always better to release them on television when the buyers are not excited about the product.
Namita Gupta, Rate Movies Here