For a first timer, Sangha has done a brilliant job in the department of direction. The film shines due to its acting especially in the wedding scenes which have been executed very naturally. He shows maturity in his acting; however, he is emotionally challenged. Diya Mirza is a revelation and proves herself once again and slowly is proving out to be a dependable actor. Cyrus underplays his part well while Tisca once again delivers her role with élan.
However, half an hour into the movie, the audience is taken by surprise as they watch one of the most warm and heartening first halfs in a long long time, probably since Nisha met Prem in Hum Aapke Hain Kaun (HAHK).
Life is a tale of love and break-ups until one finds his/her soul mate.
Debutant writer-director Sahil Sangha sets out to explore this aspect of life in his first film Love Breakups Zindagi.
But it seems to be a more restrained and natural HAHK and a little over done DCH.
All said and done, the film has a heart and gels well with the audience. It is too slow paced only to end in the most predictable way. She looks extremely pretty and her character makes her even more adorable.
The film is produced by actors who are yet to establish themselves in the industry.Both Diya Mirza and Zayed Khan have often been part of multi-starrers with few successes here and there.However, HAHK turns into a long drawn Dil Chahta Hai in the second half of Love Breakups Zindagi.Once again, a friend’s wedding becomes the breeding ground for love.Jai (Zayed Khan), Naina (Diya Mirza), Govind (Cyrus Sahukar) and Sheela (Tisca Chopra) meet at the larger than life seven-day Punjabi wedding of their friends Arjun (Satyadeep Mishra) and Gayatri (Auritra Ghosh). However, all their lives will never be the same after the wedding.It is but obvious that HAHK and DCH are Sangha’s favorite films since the film bears overt resemblances to them.