Movie Review: LoveYatri (2018)

Box Office: Flop

A contemporary love story of Sushrut and Michelle (Manisha), which revolves around the festival of Navratri. Sushrut, a middle class earnest boy from Vadodara is a happy go lucky chap who runs Garba (Traditional Gujarati dance form) classes. Michelle is a young and beautiful Indian girl, who is extremely bright and focused on her career. Sushrut and Michelle meet during Navratri and their love blossoms over food, conversations, travel, and heart touching moments during the 9 days of the festival. Unfortunately due to a misunderstanding, Sushrut and Michelle’s blossoming relationship hits a deadlock and she travels back to UK, away from all the warmth, colour, light, festivities and love that she found in India. Sushrut travels to the UK, to win back his love. Will Sushrut, a boy who has never travelled outside the state of Gujarat, be able to win over the girl and her family in the UK? Will Michelle understand the importance of following one’s own heart? Loveyatri will not only answer the above but also promises you a musical roller coaster ride of friendship, family, love & relationships culminating with a lot of colour, lights and festivities. An experience that shall leave its viewers smiling with a warm and happy heart.


Good Reviews  |  Average Reviews  |  Bad Reviews
Positive Reviews
3.5 “LOVEYATRI is a feel good and colourful film laced with some lovely moments and chartbuster music as its USP.”
3.0 “‘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.”
3.0 “Good attempt at taking story from Gujarat to London”
Average Reviews
2.5 “Suited best for Navratri”
DNA India
2.5 “Both Aayush and Warina have made decent debuts. A little more polish and a better choice of films will surely see them shine in future.”
2.5 “‘LoveYatri’ is a formulaic film which does not give you much to complain about.”
Negative Reviews
2.0 “Abhiraj Minawala’s film starring Aayush Sharma and Warina Hussain is basically a rehash of Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge, Kuch Kuch Hota Hai and Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam”
2.0 “Salman Khan Launches New Talent & Lynches His Audience!”
1.5 “Not Love But It’s ‘Garba’ Which Takes Over This Aayush-Warina Film!”
1.5 “Aayush Sharma’s debut film is a heavy dose of ‘been there, seen that'”
1.5 “Aayush Sharma’s debut film lacks imagination and logic”
1.0 “A lousy movie by any name is still a lousy movie”
1.0 “Warina Hussain, Aayush Sharma’s Debut, Bankrolled By Salman Khan, Is Ticket To Disaster”
1.0 ” It’s Kuch Kuch Hota Hai reversed but without any magic and no charm. “
1.0 “Aayush Sharma Drives a Love Bus that Goes Nowhere”
1.0 “The Aayush Sharma film is smothered in silliness”
0.0 “Aayush Sharma’s name is Susu, the film is no better”
0.0 “Warina Hussain, Aayush Sharma’s film is mish-mash of old Bollywood formulas”

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