The movie holds by the twists and turns in the movie, but it is all watchable through the power-packed performances given by all.
If Irrfan Khan pilots the bunch with his entity charm, then Arunoday Singh isn't a step at the back with his eccentric charms. However both Chitrangda and Aditi too strike with their moves and as a cherry on the cake, Saurabh Shukla's exemplary Delhi-fixer act is a fun to watch. On the whole, Irrfan Khan, Arunoday Singh and Chitrangda Singh share the burden to make it work the majority.
Irrfan brings marvelous plausibility to the events in spite of the script's crazy nature and mysterious fascination on him. He is remarkably first-rate with his pokerfaced variety of humour. He's violent when required, but also passive when handling matters of heart. On the whole, he escorts the pack with an excellent performance, holding your concentration from the very start.
Chitrangada purely breeds glamour by just being factual, handy and grainy. She looks amazingly ravishing and displays similar attractiveness in her performance. She not only looks startling, but also matches up to Irrfan in most parts. Her screen character is so physically powerful that you can't take your eyes off this lady.
Arunoday’s vigorous appeal and susceptibility work fine in corresponding his passions as a besotted husband, loving father and truthful associate. On the whole, he shines in his part and stands out not only because of his soaring persona, but also because he's an absolute natural.
The lovely lady who played Sonam Kapoor's demure aunt in Delhi 6, Aditi Rao, brings in us to her sensual side here and that's attractive much of her it. However she radiates uncooked sex-appeal and is a talent to look further in many.
Overall, YSZ is an absolute amazing film along with bizarre performances.
3.25+ / 5