The Zoya Factor starring Sonam Kapoor and Dulquer Salmaan is all set to enthral the audience. The movie has a good buzz around it, thanks to the unique promotional strategies of the makers.
The Zoya Factor is about a girl named Zoya Solanki played by Sonam, who becomes a lucky charm for India's cricket team led by skipper Nikhil Khoda, Dulquer, who does not believe in such superstitions.
The trailer of the movie received good response from the viewers, and the fresh pairing is also being liked. The makers of the film have managed to get several Bollywood celebs to promote the film on social media.
Directed by Abhishek Sharma, The Zoya Factor has geot more or less good reviews from the critics. A special screening of the movie was held at Mumbai for the media.
Meanwhile, fans of Sonam and Dulquer have already been praising the movie on social media. Check critics' review of The Zoya Factor:
Bollywoodlife: The Zoya Factor is a sweet and cute rom-com. It is the perfect chick flick for the weekend where you can go with your gal pals and drool over Dulquer Salmaan. (3*/5*)
India Today: 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. (2.5*/5*)
NDTV: The Zoya Factor could have been a thoroughly enjoyable comedy. It ends up being a scrappy, erratic knock where a few crisp strokes are hopelessly outnumbered by a host of ungainly heave-hos. The film does not hit the sweet spot often enough to translate into either a truly rousing cricket film or a memorably moving love story. (2*/5*)
NEWS18: 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. (3.5*/5*)
Times of India: 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. (3.5*/5*)