Loveyatri movie review: Aayush Sharma, Warina Hussain put all the efforts to be a perfect ode to Love!
Director – Abhiraj Meenawala
Cast – Aayush Sharma, Warina Hussain, Ram Kapoor, Ronit Roy
Rating – ***(3/5)
The story of the film is based on the Gujarati background, College of Vadodara, Shushrut(Aayush Sharma) is very excited about the Navratri festival being held in his college. Susu is ready for nine nights of dance. And in the same college he meets Michelle (Warina Hussain) and falls in love. Susu’s simple life plan is to run a garba academy. His parents’ frustrations do not rattle Susu’s modest plans.
Love conquers all, well in Ayush Sharma-Warina Hussain’s LoveYatri, Its love at ‘First dandiya night for susu’. It’s the dance form of ‘garba’ which plays that role.
Susu’s Uncle Ram Kapoor comes with Bollywood formula to help him, win this stranger beauty within nine days of Navratri. Post ‘dholida and food trail’ enters the Michelle’s father creating misunderstanding between the duos.
Michelle returns back to London leaving Susu behind. With foot tapping music, which is highly addictive especially ‘Dholida’ and ‘Chogada’. They put all the efforts to be a perfect ode to love.
Taking about the performance, Aayush Sharma gets to flaunt his abs in his introduction scene. He dances like a dream. Warina Hussain is easy on the eyes.Ram Kapoor brings in some entertainment quotient. He even gets to drop the most inspiring speech at a London pub on how Bollywood taught us about expressing Love. Ronit Roy and his love for giant wheels to drop life-gyaan is class apart.
Overall the film is full of entertainment, drama and especially the songs, choreographed by Vaibhavi Merchant, Tanishk Bagchi’s music, sparkling costumes (Alvira Agnihotri, Manish Malhotra and Ashley Rebello), and Jishnu Bhattacharjee’s camera bring energy and colour when it is most needed — the vibrant background occasionally compensating for the lifeless foreground.