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Movie Review: LoveYatri

October 5th, 2018 | by vBollywood Author
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Movie: LoveYatri
Cast: Aayush Sharma, Warina Hussain, Ram Kapoor
Writer: Niren Bhatt
Director: Abhiraj Minawala
Our rating: 3/5
Official trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NCC6izqds04

Loveyatri  – presented by Salman Khan is good for one time watch. The film has a few melodious songs and a few genuinely funny moments!

LoveYatri is the story of a Garba teacher (a professional post) Sushrut aka Susu (Aayush Sharma) and Michelle, NRI but Desi by heart. Sushrut does not think big and has no dreams for a better tomorrow, he just likes to stay connected to dance, whereas Michelle is one of the top students in her college in London. Susu has two best friends Negative (Pratik Gandhi), Rocket (Sajeel Parekh) and a Mama (Ram Kapoor) who are his support system.

Michelle comes to India for Navratri and Susu finds himself to be in love at first sight on the day 1 of this festival. Susu does his bit to win her heart and succeeds in doing the same. But there comes many obstacles and Susu along-with Michelle build everything to create the rest of the story. Written by Niren Bhatt, the story has a few loopholes and didn’t take off. It is an attempt to entertainment but the story lacks witty dialogues. Many jokes fall flat in the film, it also seen illogical in parts. We have parts where Aayush’s character shouts in surprise to Warina, “Tum Hindi picturen nahi dekhti hai?” With a few more funny dialogues, this film would have ended as an enjoyable film as Mitron.

LoveYatri has Aayush Sharma make his debut but he needs to work on his expressions and dialogue delivery. Warina Hussain is beautiful but average in her role. Ram Kapoor gives his bit but becomes repetitive. Pratik Gandhi and Sajeel Parekh are funny but they do not have good dialogues. Ronit Roy is impressive in his performance of an angry Gujarati dad and he gets the accent right. LoveYatri has Abhiraj Minawala and Jishnu Bhattacharjee’s cinematography. The film looks glossy. Tanishk Bagchi adds some songs. Akh Lad Jaave, Rangtaari and Dholida are good. Lijo George and DN Chetas’ Chogada which was in a kind theme of the film is a show stealer. Sanchit Balhara’s background score is great and it blends well with the scenes.

LoveYatri starring Aayush Sharma is a decent film.

LoveYatri releases on 05th October, 2018.

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