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LOVEYATRI REVIEW: Here’s why this love story deserves your time!



LOVEYATRI REVIEW: Here’s why this love story deserves your time!

Loveyatri- the journey of love’ as the title suggests, it’s a journey which begins in Gujarat and ends in London. Debutant Aayush’s appeal and his chemistry with Warina Hussain is appealing, nothing more nothing less. Credit goes to the director who sticks to the formula of a sweet romantic Bollywood film without adding melodrama.

Here’s why Aayush Sharma’s debut film deserves your time-

Music and Dance

Loveyatri’s USP is its music as it perfectly captures the festive mood. The peppy and melodious soundtracks combined with energetic choreography, makes you shake a leg. The entire album is going to top the playlist this Navratri season especially with the youngsters.

Aayush Sharma & Warina Hussain 

Aayush Sharma’s boyish charm and Warina Hussain’s gorgeous looks brings a lot of innocence to their characters. The script gives them little scope of experimenting and the rawness and inexperience works in their favour. Aayush who plays the role or Shushrut is likeable and does a good job considering that it’s his first film. The supporting actors like Ram Kapoor, Ronit Roy and Manoj Joshi, too handle their scenes well. The surprise element is the cameo of the Khan Brothers Sohail and Arbaaz.


The story is nothing more than a typical boy meets girl tale, but the treatment here makes the difference. The director doesn’t try to input emotionally heavy dialogues and scenes and tries to keep it simple yet entertaining. Although the story lacks depth and intensity like the contemporary love stories, it is enough to keep you entertained throughout.

Watch Loveyatri for Aayush Sharma’s innocent performance and the foot-tapping groovy soundtracks.

We give it 3 stars.

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