According to a novel by writer Nicholas Sparks, The Note book cast Ryan Gosling and Rachel McAdams has been the most welcomed love stories in these days. Yet, a similar can't be said for Zindagi Tere Naam, a shameless copy with the film that despite like a Bollywood version from the Notebook, seems to make the most positive viewer wrinkle his nose in disappointment. The film starts off with Singh (Mithun Chakraborthy), an seniors man reading a plot with a book to a patient (Ranjeeta) of a elderly care.
The plot takes the viewers back in time to the 70s when rich girl Anjali (Priyanka Mehta) relates to the picturesque Dalhousie together with her family for a vacation and results attracting the affections of local boy Siddharth (Aseem Ali Khan). The second pursues Anjali with a single-minded determination till she provides in and the 2 form a friendship, that soon blossoms into love.
At the same time, the indigent rich boy and girl character are important and the lovers get separated till some day, Anjali, that is preparing to get engaged to some rich yuppie, sees Siddharth's picture shoot inside a newspaper together with an article in regards to bungalow which he was acquired (a similar bungalow that the lad had promised to get for her between the past).
Old feelings go to the fore and Anjali drops every thing to satisfy him for one before going back to the life decided for her. Yet, real love shall always triumph and what goes on later is the stuff most love tales are produced of…
The one redeeming virtue the movie has operate in the form of Mithun Chakraborthy, who in spite of a short task, even so seems to impress with the few emotional action. In addition to the veteran actor, there's nothing to keep the viewer glued to the seat. Around the contrary, you may find yourself as well time checking time again and again awaiting the end credits to roll. The lead pair displays zero chemistry and the script as well as action are while shoddy as could be. Dalip Tahil and Sharat Saxena are strictly passable in supporting jobs.
Overall, a much better idea will be to just rent a DVD of The Notebook, except if, you're a die-hard Mithun fan who would like to see him paired opposite yesteryear actress Ranjeeta again after many years…