|Directed by||Rajiv S Ruia|
Veeraj KumarRajiv S Ruia
|Screenplay by||S Sachindra|
|Story by||Rajiv S Ruia|
|Music by||Vivek Kar & Amjad Nadeem|
|Edited by||Satish Patil|
Ram Gopal Productions, Spotlight International Film
|Budget||₹45 million (US$670,000)|
|Box office||₹110 million (US$1.6 million)|
Zindagi 50-50 is a 2013 Bollywood Erotic film which is directed by Rajiv S Ruia. It stars Veena Malik, Rajan Verma, Supriya Kumari, Arya Babbar, Riya Sen and Rajpal Yadav. This film dubbed is in Tamil titled Mutham Thara Vaa and in Telugu as Rangeela.
- Veena Malik - Madhuri
- Riya Sen - Naina
- Rajan Verma - Birju
- Arya Babbar - Addy
- Supriya Kumari - Rupa
- Rajpal Yadav - PK Lele
- Murli Sharma - INS Pawar
- Atul Parchure - Mota
- Adi Irani
- Kurush Deboo - Director Subhash Kapoor
The music for Zindagi 50-50 is given by Amjad Nadeem and Vivek Kar consist of following Audio List.
|Soundtrack album by Amzad-Nadeem|
|Genre||Feature film soundtrack|
|1.||"Zindagi 50-50 (Title track)"||Deepak Agrawal||Vivek Kar||Bappi Lahiri, Antara Mitra & Gufy|
|2.||"Tu Saamne jo aaye"||Shabbir Ahmed||Amjad-Nadeem||Mika Singh|
|3.||"Sadde Naal aaja"||Ashish Pandit||Vivek Kar||Manak-E, Neha Batra & Gufy|
|4.||"Toh se naina"||Shabbir Ahmed||Amjad-Nadeem||Rekha Bhardwaj|
|5.||"Rabba"||Shabbir Ahmed||Vivek Kar||Rahat Fateh Ali Khan|
|6.||"Delhi Delhi"||Dev Negi-Vivek Kar||Vivek Kar||Dev Negi|
|1.||Zindagi 50 50 hoti hai ... kabhi haar toh kabhi jeet hoti hai|
|2.||Veena Malik||Saali zindagi hai hi fifty fifty ...|
kisi ki kaali zindagi mein umeed ki safedi ...
toh kisi ki safed zindagi mein samjaute ka kaala daag
|3.||Veena Malik||Zindagi zaroorto ke hisaab se guzaarni chahiye ... na ki khwaisho ke hisaab se ...|
kyun ki zaroortein saala fakir ki bhi poori ho jaati ...
magar khwaishein badshaho ki bhi adhoori reh jaati hai
|indicates that the given rating is an average rating of all reviews provided by the source|
Prasanna D Zore for Rediff.com has given 2/5 stars and says Zindagi 50-50 makes a brave but half-hearted effort to depict the dark cruelty that surrounds ordinary lives of three women. It fails miserably as sleaze—of language as well as skin—overtakes the proceedings. In Short, The movie is ok for a one time watch.
This movie earned 20-40 million in opening.