Sonam Kapoor-Dulquer Salmaan Starrer: ‘The Zoya Factor’ Is A Delight But Not For Practical Minds

The trailer of Sonam Kapoor & Dulquer Salmaan‘s: The Zoya Factor has been released and even though cute in bits, it only revolves around that luck factor.

The Zoya Factor trailer with Sonam Kapoor and Dulquer Salmaan as the lead couple was expected to create a roar on the web, which it did, but not exactly for the right reasons. This trailer makes a mockery of various concepts, including a royal shunning of legendary cricketer Kapil Dev.

Sonam Kapoor Dulquer Salmaan The Zoya Factor
Sonam Kapoor Dulquer Salmaan The Zoya Factor

As per The Zoya Factor trailer, India won the 1983 World Cup just because Zoya Solanki, played by Sonam Kapoor, was born on the very same day. Whether all this nonsense is intentional/unintentional, it is for the viewers to decide. But it has definitely upset many Kapil Dev fans online since his contribution towards India’s first World Cup has been completely ignored.

In this trailer, the 1983 Indian cricket team is shown superstitious to the extent that they start wearing The Zoya Kavach. Amidst all this chaos, there debuts a man who rescues not only Zoya in the film, but the trailer altogether i.e.  Dulquer Salmaan. He is one practical man, who believes in karma i.e. hard work is the key to success, he comes as a refreshing change in the trailer which only seems to give rise to the concept of superstition.

The Zoya Factor trailer is a visual delight at some moments while it is a chaos in the rest of the majority. Anyhow, Sonam Kapoor & Dulquer Salmaan’s chemistry is sure to pull you towards the flick. Their thought processes are always at a clash with each other, which in turn is fun to watch.

Have a look at the trailer here:

Helmed by Abhishek Sharma of Tere Bin Laden fame, the movie is being produced by Fox Star Studios in association with Aarti & Pooja Shetty from Ad-Labs Films Limited. The film, which goes on with the tagline ‘India’s Lucky Charm’, is expected to be released on September 20, 2019.


Gaurav Gupta

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