Zindagi 50-50

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Zindagi 50–50
Zindagi 50-50.jpg
Movie Poster
Directed byRajiv S Ruia
Screenplay byS Machinery
Story byRajiv S Ruia
Produced byVeeraj Kumar
Rajiv S Ruia
StarringVeena Malik
Riya Sen
Rajan Verma
Arya Babbar
Supriya Kumari
Rajpal Yadav
Swati Aggarwal
Murli Sharma
Atul Parchure
CinematographyMukesh Maru
Edited bySatish Patil
Music byVivek Kar
Amjad Nadeem
Ram Gopal Productions, Spotlight International Film
Release date
  • 24 May 2013 (2013-05-24)
Running time
130 minutes
Budget45 million (US$560,000)[1]
Box office110 million (US$1.4 million)

Zindagi 50–50 (transl. Life 50–50) is a 2013 Indian Hindi erotic film 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.[2]


  • Zindagi 50-50 revolves around three different stories . Zindagi means Life - Sometimes it's fun, and sometimes it's a curse - but it's just a point of view. People prays to god for happiness, so that they can enjoy their life. But the God says that he had already given a life to them, to enjoy all the happiness. It has been said that, the way you asks question to your life, it answers you in the same manner. "Zindagi 50:50" is the same story of such question and answers - It's a story of Rupa (A Housewife), Madhuri (Prostitute_ and Naina (A Struggling Actress). Rupa's husband, Birju (Auto Driver) has a dream of getting a house. To fulfill his dream, Rupa breaks all the limits of her life. To complete her dream of house, CR Lele (Government Servant) pushes her in a dark side of her life, where she gets the house, but also gets a smirch on her respect. Zindagi 50:50 is a story of special dreams of a common man. And to fulfill those dreams, he has to struggle a lot, but sometimes they gets it easily and sometime he has to lose everything, "Zindagi 50:50" has this same of losing and getting.



The music for Zindagi 50–50 is given by Amjad Nadeem and Vivek Kar consist of following Audio List. Veteran composer Bappi Lahiri sung for Vivek Kar in this film title track.


Zindagi 50–50
Soundtrack album by
GenreFeature film soundtrack
ProducerVeeraj Kumar
Amzad-Nadeem chronology
Zilla Ghaziabad
Zindagi 50–50

T-Series acquired the music rights for Zindagi 50–50[3]

1."Zindagi 50–50" (Title track)Deepak AgrawalVivek KarBappi Lahiri, Antara Mitra & Gufy 
2."Tu Saamne Jo Aaye"Shabbir AhmedAmjad-NadeemMika Singh 
3."Sadde Naal aaja"Ashish PanditVivek KarManak-E, Neha Batra & Gufy 
4."Toh Se Naina"Shabbir AhmedAmjad-NadeemRekha Bhardwaj 
5."Rabba"Shabbir AhmedVivek KarRahat Fateh Ali Khan 
6."Delhi Delhi"Dev Negi, Vivek KarVivek KarDev Negi 

Critical reception[edit]

Professional ratings
Review scores

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.[4] In Short, The movie is ok for a one time watch.

This movie earned 20–40 million in opening.


  1. ^ Swarup Chakraborty (10 September 2010). "Dabangg already a hit, say exhibitors". Business Standard. Retrieved 4 December 2011.
  2. ^ "Mutham Thara Vaa Tamil Movie Stills".
  3. ^ "Zindagi 50–50". tseries.com.
  4. ^ Prasanna D Zore. "Review: Zindagi 50–50 is a sleaze fest". Rediff.com. Retrieved 24 May 2013.

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