LoveYatri Movie review: Aayush Sharma and Warina Hussain statrar a romantic saga make you revisit theatre

LoveYatri Movie review: Aayush Sharma and Warina Hussain statrar  a romantic saga make you revisit theatre

Movie Review :Aayush Sharma plays a role of Sushrut  who teaches Garba to kids in Vadodara, but this Navratri festival brings more excitement and fun for him  as He falls in love  with Michelle (Warina Hussain) .He loves her desperately and does everything to win her heart.

Sushrut or ‘Susu’ which is his pet name  has only interest is to dance his life. He is persistently forced by his family to search a real job but he wants to peruse his dreams for opening his own garba school in Vadodara. On the other hand Michelle belongs to elite class and she wishes to come back to India. Her father whose role is played by Ronit Roy unwillingly gives his consent. Father and daughter land in Vadodara and lengthen their stay to have fun in Navratri on the delightful invite of his imposing Gujarati family. From here Susu go banana in love with Michelle at first sight. Turning as a typical lover boy, He follows his heart.

In this film Abhiraj Minawala debuts as a director. He focuses on over-sentimental moments to create love drama. The songs in the film grab eyeballs and set the festivity mood around garba. Tanishk Bagchi’s  composition ‘Chogada’ and ‘Dholida’ are full of life and these songs make you to  tap your feet and dance. Vaibhavi Merchant’s choreography will inspire the viewers for shaking legs.

Aayush and Warina  seem charming on silver screen and present  a good chemistry. Ronit Roy as Michelle’s father and Ram Kapoor as Susu’s uncle perform brilliantly and deliver the emotionally heavier dialogues and scenes. At last ‘LoveYatri’ is romantic drama with a good stroy and make you to revisit theater again.

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