The Zoya Factor Movie Review - Critics

September 21, 2019

The Zoya Factor Movie Review - Critics

List of The Zoya Factor Movie Review from various popular critics and news portals. Kindly bookmark this page to check all the reviews which will be updated accordingly.

Total Reviews - 9

Average Score - 2.81/5


Overall Word of Mouth (Critics) - Mixed to Positive!




1. India Today -

Rating Score -> 2.5/5
The Zoya Factor is disappointing, as there was a lot more that could have been done with it. It could have been more entertaining and crisp, or even a wholesome romantic comedy. In the end, it just feels like a lot of watery Maggi without masala.

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2. Indian Express -

Rating Score -> 2.5/5
For a rom-com which needs to be light on its feet, hitting fours and sixes as it goes along, the writing is not as supple as it should have been. Too many slog overs here. It is Dulquer, sufficiently snarky and gooey-eyed in turns, who takes it away. I’d call it The DQ Factor.

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3. Republic -

Rating Score -> 2.5/5
One striking and grasping point of the film that comes at the very end is the hard work vs luck debate, wherein the Men in Blue try to win a match without their lady luck. Although, by then the audience is just waiting to leave the theatres given the film's languid pace.

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4. Times of India -

Rating Score -> 3.5/5
The Zoya Factor is a fun, frothy film that pits superstitions versus strategy and self-belief versus luck. And delightfully uses India’s cricket craze to deliver a thoroughly enjoyable, entertaining film.

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5. Rediff -

Rating Score -> 2/5
Although more class monitor than captain, the Dulquer factor is the only saving grace of this bland confection. His charisma and cricket are up to the mark. Still interested in luck and Zoya? You’ll not find one better than the one that came out in 2009. 

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6. Zoom -

Rating Score -> 3.5/5
The saving grace of The Zoya Factor are the dialogues by Pradhuman Singh Mall, which are mouth-watering. They keep offering you hearty laughter at different junctures of this otherwise bland film. But nevertheless, it does deserve a watch.

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7. Mid-day -

Rating Score -> 2.5/5
The only things I remember are a Ranveer Singh lookalike in the team who has severe anger management issues, and the cricket commentary. And due credit goes to Pradhuman Singh for writing such sharp lines for both the commentators, this is the flavor and fervor the entire film deserved and needed. Who would have thought cricket commentaries could ever be the highlight of a Hindi film too?

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8.Newsd -

Rating Score -> 2.5/5
Which brings us to the real winner of the show. Say hello to Dulquer Salmaan, Bollywood’s latest exciting import from the South. Malayalam icon Mammootty’s son cuts a dapper picture, as the captain of the Men in Blue as well as a loverboy. Here is a star son who seems to have imbibed the right genes. Dulquer Salmaan is quite likely to carry forward his illustrious dad’s legacy with aplomb.

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9. Zee News -

Rating Score -> 2.5/5
Cricket fanaticism and blind superstition are cocktailed in a bid to create a funny film meant to make us laugh at ourselves as a nation The Men in Blue at a World Cup forms the backbone of the narrative but, credibly, despite that fact the film avoids the trap of jingoism.
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10. News 18 -

Rating Score -> 3.5/5
With its quirky premise, The Zoya Factor is light and frothy just as romcoms should be, and ticks against all boxes especially the prerequisite combo of a tall, dark and handsome hero and a good-looking yet naïve heroine.
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11. The Zoya Factor -

Rating Score -> 3.5/5
The Zoya Factor is great for laughs and the movie straddles the superstitious beliefs of an entire nation with a serious discourse on hard work versus luck with great aplomb.
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