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Hello Zindagi  (2010 - Hindi)

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  • Nilesh P. Khandare
    Nilesh P. Khandarewrote on Mar 4 2010 5:42PM

    Kavita is a rebellious, fiercely independent and couldn't care less for society, morals or principles. She's attractive and she knows it. Freshly out of college, she's at a crossroads in life. With a harsh disciplinarian for a mother, a talent for controversy, and no idea what to do with her life. Kavita soon finds herself alienated by her ambitious, materialistic friends and ostracized by her family. All she knows for sure is the stable, secure marriage that her mother wishes for her is the last thing she wants.

    But what does she want in life?

    Out of control and self-destructive, Kavita is set on a collision course for disaster when she runs into Dr. Sadhana, who is married, well-settled, but surprisingly intrigued by Kavita. Life takes a turn for both of them on a vacation in Goa, when Kavita meets Arpan, an investment banker turned environmentalist.

    Inspired by his mission to save the endangered Olive Ridley Turtle, she finally finds clarity in her life. However, Kavita's mission to save the Olive Ridley is not an easy one. Will she emerge a winner? Who will she become?

    'Hello Zindagi' is the story of one young woman's journey towards self-realization.

     
 

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