I’m not a cricket fan, but I do know that Indians love cricket, and Bollywood is synonymous with it, so I was interested to see if the combination would work. In The Zoya Factor, Sonam Kapoor plays Zoya, a flailing junior copywriter. Dulquer Salmaan plays the role of the Indian skipper Nikhil Khoda, and his charm and macho persona were a perfect fit.
While The Zoya Factor isn’t perfect, it is an entertaining romantic comedy that pits superstitions and strategy against luck. As a result, the film oozes with charm. The humour is a great bonus, and the film’s romance is easy to enjoy. There are also interesting characters in the movie, including Sikander Kher’s character, Zorawar.
In The Zoya Factor, Zoya earns a lucky charm rating after she spills about her good luck credentials to her teammates during breakfast. Her efforts result in the squad turning around their losing streak and clinching a victory. She is so persuasive that the team members, including those who are superstitious, believe her to be a lucky charm and end up playing for the win. However, a girl’s luck is never guaranteed.
The Zoya Factor is an interesting film directed by Abhishek Sharma. Sonam Kapoor plays Zoya Solanki, a junior copywriter who hates cricket. She is the lucky charm of her family because she was born on the day India won the 1983 World Cup. She eventually becomes a junior copywriter in an ad agency and is sent to a photo shoot with the Indian cricket team. She wins several matches and is considered one of India’s luckiest people at the World Cup.
The Zoya Factor is based on the novel of the same name by Anuja Chauhan. It’s a romcom that revolves around Zoya Solanki (Sonam Kapoor) and her luck factor with the Indian cricket team. Throughout the movie, Zoya mentions that her date of birth coincided with the Indian cricket team’s first World Cup win.
I thought the characters in The Zoya Factor were likable and very entertaining. The relationship between Zoya and her brother, Zorovar, was adorable. The book had a very good cast, and I’m glad to see Anuja Chauhan back on the big screen! I’m looking forward to reading the next book in this series! So get ready to read some books! The Zoya Factor by Anuja Chauhan is definitely a hit!