Zubaan Movie Reviews
Cast: Vicky Kaushal, Sarah-Jane Dias, Raaghav Chanana, Manish Choudhary, Meghna Malik
Crew: Mozez Singh (Director)
Critics Rating: 3 out of 5
Public Rating: 3 out of 5
Story: Dilshar Singh (Vicky Kaushal) sings Gurubani and Sabad with his father in a Gurdwara in Gurdaspur. The hearing power of Dilshir’s father is now gradually decreasing, one day it comes when he stops listening. His relationship with music ceases, Dilshir’s father gets frustrated with this shock and gives his life. Dilshar also ends his relationship with music from here. In school days when Dilshar was beaten by some students of the school, then at that time Gurcharan Sikand (Manish Chaudhary) did not help him. When Dilshar raises a large stone near him and encounters them, then all the parts are standing. Dilshay then asks Sikand that why did not he help her? At that time, Gurcharan tells him whatever he has to do by himself, if you keep somebody’s support, you will not be able to do anything, so always believe in yourself.
After the father’s death, Dilshar goes to his village from Delhi, where he has become the owner of several companies of Sikand. Dilshar’s motive in Delhi is to meet Lion Yani Sikand of Gurdaspur, because Dilshar also wants to be like Sikand. One day Dilheer succeeds in reaching Sikand. When Dilshayer arrives near Sikand, Sekand hates Behinta from his wife Mandira Mandi (Meghna Malik) and only son Surya (Raghav Chanana). Sikand son wants to humiliate Sikand on everything, after the arrival of Dilshar, Sikand feels very guilty of Mandira and Surya Dilshar; in this case, he deliberately begins to inspire Dilshar to burn both. Meanwhile, Dilshir meets Surya’s girlfriends Amira (Sarah Jane Das). All the time, Music and its settlers make Amira Dilshare, living in a different world, that she does not stutter when she sings. Just from here, Dilcher thinks that his floor is something else.