The Zoya Factor Rating
The Zoya Factor is an Indian romantic comedy, based on the 2008 novel by Anuja Chauhan. Pradhuman Singh, who worked on Abhishek Sharma’s Tere Bin Laden, co-wrote the screenplay. The film has the feel of an easy-breezy rom-com and is filled with wit and charm. If you are looking for a new romantic comedy in Hindi, this is not the film for you.
The Zoya Factor was released in the United States on July 5, 2008. The book was so popular that Shah Rukh Khan narrated the film. It is about Zoya Solanki, a junior copy editor whose birth date coincides with the India cricket team’s 1983 World Cup victory. Sonam Kapoor plays the fictitious Zoya. In the film, she meets a cricketer who has his back, and they fall in love.
While the movie isn’t a must-see for cricket fans, it’s still a fun time, especially if you’re a fan of the sport. The film pits superstitions against strategy and luck, and takes advantage of India’s cricket craze to tell a funny, touching story about life. Although the movie has many memorable moments, it is missing something – an emotional core.
Although Zoya doesn’t have a very successful professional life, her love life is anything but. Despite her suckiness, her boss would like to fire her. That’s why she dispatches her to shoot a Pepsi ad. However, her romantic life isn’t all roses – she ends up having a romance with Nikhil. It’s hard to believe that Nikhil is trying to persuade Zoya into a relationship.
The film is full of comedy and sex, which makes it a family film, but the romance isn’t for everyone. While Zoya does have some cute moments, it’s mostly about the storylines and the story itself. Dulquer Salmaan is excellent as the nerdy skipper Nikhil Khoda, and the rest of the cast performed surprisingly well.
There’s something funny and touching about Zoya, and she grows up in a cricket-mad family, with a brother who loves the game as much as she does. However, Zoya’s job is to distance herself from cricket, and in order to gain the respect of her boss, she must first prove her worth. Once she’s proven herself as a copywriter, she’s landed with a challenging campaign for the Indian cricket team. She will have to prove her worth to her boss, and if she succeeds, she’ll have a chance to play with the famous captain Nikhil Khoda.