What happens when a vivacious advertising executive meets the cool, dapper skipper of the Indian cricket team? Sparks fly, on and off the field as ‘Zoya Solanki’ and ‘Nikhil Khodha’ are on an imperfect pitch, there is romance, drama and controversy!
The Sonam Kapoor Ahuja And Dulqeer Salman starrer Zoya Factor is an adaptation of Anuja Chauhan’s best seller and its finally all set to hit screens this September.
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Teasing the first look as ‘meet India’s lucky charm’, Zoya Factor is set against the background of the cricket world cup. When team India discovers Zoya Solanki, who is handling their merchandise, was born at the exact moment when team India won its world cup in 1983 they are intrigued and all set to give into superstition. But as the momentum builds up and Zoya is elevated to demo Godlike status, it leads to a clash between her and the Captain of the team who says he does not need her luck to win.
In a country obsessed with films and cricket Zoya Factor seems like the perfect combination.