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“ Loveyatri” is a romantic drama scripted by Niren Bhatt and directed by Abhiraj Minawala. The movie is produced by Salman Khan under the banner Salman Khan Films. The music scoring is by Tanishk Bagchi, Lijo George, DJ Chetas And Zam 8. The background score is by Sanchit Balhara. The cinematography is by Jishnu Bhattacharjee and editing is by Ritesh Soni. The film has the star cast of Aayush Sharma, Warina Hussain, Ronit Roy, Ram Kapoor, Prachi Shah, Pratik Gandhi, Sejal Parekh, Manoj Joshi, Mohini Sharma, Arnab Saha, Amitabh Mishra and Caroline Wilde. Salman Khan, Arbaaz Khan and Sohail Khan are also seen in the cameo roles.
Sushrut is a youngster who has a dream to have his Garba Academy. His family pressurizes him to search a good job. Meanwhile, Mitchell who has settled in the UK decides to return to India. She arrives with her family during the festive season. When Sushrut meets Michelle during the Navratri festival, he falls for her. What happens next? Did he express his love for Michelle? Did he start his Garba academy? Watch the movie in theatres!
The debutants Ayush and Warina proved that they are the newbies. However, their screen presence and their chemistry are good. Ayush looks like an innocent young guy and he suits well to the role. Ronit Roy, Ram Kapoor and all the others have played well and supported the script.
The director Abhiraj Minawala has come with the regular romantic entertainer for his debut movie. The music composition by Tanishk Bagchi is wonderful and the dance choreography is also perfect. The star cast is good; especially the supporting stars. The production and the technical values are excellent.
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Salman Khan's brother in law Aayush Sharma had got the pass mark as a charming young hero. His innocent look is an added advantage to the film and we hope he would develop his acting skills soon for his next movie. Although it is a normal romantic movie, the director’s narration is impressive and makes the audiences watch the movie without any boring sequences.
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