Dear Zindagi

Released On - 25 Nov 2016     2hr 30min

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Dear Zindagi
Indian Film History
Dear Zindagi
Indian Film History
Dear Zindagi
Indian Film History


Title Singer Rating
1 Love You Zindagi Amit Trivedi, Jasleen Royal 3 Lyrics 2 : 44
2 Just Go To Hell Dil Sunidhi Chauhan 3 Lyrics 2 : 40
3 Ae Zindagi Gale Laga Le Arijit Singh 3 Lyrics 2 : 50
4 Let’s Break Up Vishal Dadlani 3 Lyrics 2 : 50
5 Taarefon Se Arijit Singh 3 Lyrics 2 : 50
6 Tu Hi Hai Arijit Singh 3 Lyrics 2 : 30

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Kiara, played by Alia Bhatt is a cinematographer who is waiting for her big break in a big budget Bollywood movie to finally get the recognition she deserves. She is dating a boy called Sid, played by Angad Bedi who owns a restaurant and loves her to bits. Her life seems to be almost perfect but she’s not happy. She has a yearning for something that she cannot explain, and this sends her into constant mood swings.


She meets a film producer Raghuvendra, played by Kunal Kapoor who she has a crush on and ends up sleeping with. She confesses the truth to Sid and they break up. Raghu promises Kiara of a big break in a Bollywood project that will be shot in New york. He travels first to meet the other team and Kiara soon learns that Raghu’s ex is also involved into the project and is distressed by the news.


One fine day Kiara learns from her friend that Raghu is engaged in New York to his ex and all hell breaks loose. Kiara goes into a deep depression where she can’t function or sleep. She keeps sulking about how horrible her life has turned and decides to focus on her work in stead and moves to Goa to be with her parents. Kiara’s parents however have given her a rough and lonely childhood where she was left with her grandparents while they got busy looking after her younger brother and their respective careers.


One day she comes across a psychologist called Jehangir Khan ‘Jug’, played by Shahrukh Khan and goes to him to cure her insomnia. They have several sessions where Jug makes Kiara realize that she fears rejection because of her parents and that’s why she keeps breaking up with people before they leave her. He advises her to look at her parents as two individuals who made a mistake and that will make life better for her.