Loveratri (2018)

Aayush Sharma: Ayush’s (as Sushrut or Susu) boyish appeal is likeable, although his first film doesn’t give him a chance to show much range as an actor.

Warina Hussain: Warina is raw, but she has a charming screen presence with enough chemistry with Aaayush.

Ronit Roy: As Michelle’s father, leads the charge to handle the emotionally heavier dialogues and scenes.

STORY: Sushrut’s only passion in life is to teach garba to the kids in Vadodara, but this time, the 9-day Navratri festival changes his life. He falls head over heels in love Michelle and does everything he can to win her over.

CINEMATOGRAPHY: Capturing

SCREENPLAY: Unambitious

DIRECTION: Debutant director Abhiraj Minawala plays it safe by sticking to a tried and tested formula, focusing on mushy moments to create drama.

LoveYatri (2018): ‘LoveYatri’ is a straightforward love story – nothing more, nothing less. The makers clearly set out to create a sugary film, so they do that with enthusiasm and tons of nostalgic appeal. ‘LoveYatri’ lacks the gripping appeal of more contemporary romantic stories, it might be just enough to satiate die-hard romantics looking to revisit the love stories of the 90s.

 

Review by Shreya Ghosh

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