Shah Rukh Khan explains how one is conditioned to bottle up emotions while the camera revolves around a confused Alia Bhatt, who is crying, sobbing. The video is also titled Set Free, which takes us back to Alia's wish: "I want azaadi."
The point Shah Rukh was trying to make is: "Rona, gussa, nafrat... kuchh bhi khulke express nahi karne diya, aab pyaar kaise express karein?" Shah Rukh plays life coach Jahangir or Jug to Alia's character Kaira, who is an aspiring cinematographer.
Soon, the scene shifts to Alia partying hard, probably in an attempt to drown her sorrows while Just Go To Hell, Dil plays in the background.
There is also a reference to Albert Einstein and the state of insanity in the video, and we wonder why.
Watch Set Free, Dear Zindagi Take 4:
Here's Dear Zindagi Take 3:
This is how Jug recycles Kaira's silly jokes:
Kaira and Jug were introduced like this:
Directed by Gauri Shinde, Dear Zindagi also stars Angad Bedi, Kunal Kapoor and Aditya Roy Kapur. Shah Rukh Khan and Alia Bhatt's first film together, Dear Zindagi releases on November 25.