Release: 2016
Language: Hindi
Director(s): Mozez Singh
Producer(s): Guneet Monga, Shaan Vyas, Mozez Singh
Production Company: Sikhya Entertainment, Metamozez Entertainment,
Music Director(s): Ashutosh Phatak
A young lad leaves his spiritual past behind and steps into the man eats dog world.
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You come away with mixed feelings even though you really loved the idea of 'tumhari zubaan kuch keh rahi hai...'. (Manisha Lakhe-NOWRUNNING) Read Full Review

Zubaan is a film that never allows itself to be governed by its not-inconsiderable baggage of subtexts. Zubaan gives us a brand new directorial talent Mozez Singh. Zubaan is an exhilarating journey of self-discovery, and far far more accomplished work that this week’s other release Prakash Jha’s Jai Gangaajal. (Subhash K Jha-Firstpost) Read Full Review

Zubaan isn’t a bad film.It is decently made and reasonably well acted.The first hour or so of this film, in fact, rolls out with the abrupt immediacy of a television show recap, as if we’re catching up with what we already know.It hurts also that the overall narrative is painfully predictable. (Raja Sen-rediff.com) Read Full Review

A story about battling one’s inner demons, evolving to be better versions of our dreams, and dealing with disappointment – the movie is a visual manifestation of the philosophical journey most of us go through. Zubaan is one of the better music-based films in the last couple of years, and will make for a quite a movie experience. (Rohit Vats-Hindustan Times) Read Full Review

‘Zubaan’ is a mixed bag of a movie : some of it comes together really well ; others strands are all over the place.the plot dips and the tone shifts, which results in the film speaking in parts, and being muzzled in the rest. But the music is lovely. (Shubra Gupta-The Indian Express) Read Full Review

Zubaan feels strangely schizophrenic, like two completely different films held together by the common factor: Dilsher. Eventually, the narrative gets too disjointed, uneven and incoherent. Zubaan is a film that you stay with till the end even as you rue that it could have been so much better. (Namrata Joshi-The Hindu) Read Full Review

Zubaan has the whimsicality of an independent film. But, to its own detriment, it is tempered with the random trappings of a Bollywood musical. It is the inconsistent storytelling that lets Zubaan down, making it a rather tepid saga that is desperately low on steam. (Saibal Chatterjee-NDTV.com) Read Full Review


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