On a rainy weekend like this, there’s nothing better to do than to curl up and watch a movie, right? The much-awaited film of the year, Dear Zindagi is now out in cinemas and we can’t wait to watch it! We’ve been floored by the trailer and previews! Eternally charming Shah Rukh Khan and effervescent Alia Bhatt star in Gauri Shinde’s second Bollywood outing. Kunal Kapoor, Aditya Roy Kapur, Ali Zafar and Angad Bedi also make an appearance.
For those of you who need convincing, here are some pretty awesome reviews! Load up on the popcorn, guys! Happy watching!
Golden Village show timings here
Also showing at Carnival Cinemas are at 1.25pm, 4.30pm, 7.35pm, 10.45pm
View the trailer here
DNA: ‘Dear Zindagi’ is not just a relationship tale. Neither is it a thesis on how to cure depression or get away from it. It’s a brilliant gender-bender story in today’s times. Read More
Raja Sen: ‘Dear Zindagi’ is a lovely picture, made with finesse and heart, and one that not only takes some stigma off the idea of seeking therapy, but — in the most natural of ways — goes a long way in making a viewer think of the people who matter most. Read More
First Post: ‘Dear Zindagi’: watch it for Shah Rukh Khan, for Alia Bhatt, for Gauri Shinde’s magic and for Amit Trivedi’s music.” Read More
Anupamaa Chopra: So ‘Dear Zindagi’ is a bumpy ride but, all things considered, it’s still one worth taking — especially for the sheer pleasure of watching Alia soar. Read More
Times of India: Feisty Alia, one of the better actors of the current generation, turns in a nicely nuanced performance. And SRK in his sober-avatar possessing infinite gyaan tempts you to seek out a therapist. If you’re in the mood to do some soul-searching this weekend, this film could do it for you. Read More
Indian Express: ‘Dear Zindagi’ comes off as a film which could have done with less preciousness, and more plot. ‘Dear Zindagi’ should have been a much better film. What we get instead, in spades, is bumper-sticker self-help notes which are strictly boiler-plate. Read More
YAHOO: Gauri Shinde’s ‘Dear Zindagi’ is simple, nuanced and yet profound. It is about the little issues that make life look so much more complicated than it really is. Read More
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