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05 Oct, 2018
2 hrs 20 mins
15,090 votes
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Sushrut, a garba teacher falls in love with an NRI girl when she visits his town during the Navratri festivities. Will he be able to win her affection in nine days?
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Verdict: A breezy love story. From Katrina Kaif to Sooraj Pancholi, Salman Khan had introduced several actors in Bollywood. While he has announced his next production which will feature Pranutan Bahl (Mohnish Behl’s daughter) and Zaheer Iqbal (an acquaintance’s son), his latest one opens today. LoveYatri, whose tagline is "a journey of love", features two newcomers - Aayush Sharma and Zarina H... ...Read full review
Although `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. ...Read full review
Aayush Sharma, Warina Hussain are equally bland in Salman Khan`s ode to garba. ...Read full review
LoveYatri has nothing new to offer in terms of premise. You have seen it all before! Rich girl-poor boy, a scheming father and a change-of-heart. Naren Bhatt`s writing lacks the spark to keep you hooked. The dialogues barely create an impact. Abhiraj Minawala`s flat direction and cliched plot fails to make you fail with it with LoveYatri. ...Read full review
While you are waiting for the time to pass, and it does with torturous slowness, you ask the obvious question: if the leading man wasnt Salman Khans brother-in-law, would an entire film be made just to launch him? ...Read full review
Does love really make the world go around? LoveYatri definitely doesn`t. Peddling the corny theory that Indians have been taught how to fall in love by the likes of Yash Chopra, Sooraj Barjatya and the three Bollywood Khans - yes, one character actually says that to another in a London pub of all places - this film is a litany of dour cliches. When the chips are down for him, the hero is exhorted to emulate the male protagonists of Qayamat Se Qayamat Tak, Veer-Zaara and Tere Naam and fight tooth and nail for the woman he loves. Go, get the girl, revellers in the aforementioned bar roar in unison. The guy is re-energised. No wonder everything that the besotted young man does or says from here on, and at several other points of the film, is insufferably vacuous. ...Read full review
Debutant director Abhiraj Minawala plays it safe by sticking to a tried and tested formula like, focusing on romantic moments to create drama, the girls father being a tyrant, and of course a poor by in love with a rich girl. However, all this gets mundane and boring after a while. You are actually waiting for the film to end. ...Read full review
Its bad enough LoveYatri was always going to be tainted as a vanity project to launch the acting career of Salman Khans brother-in-law. But couldnt they have at least made a half decent film so they wouldnt be accused of laziness on top of the criticism they already face for exploiting privilege, entitlement, and yes, nepotism? Because, say what you will, LoveYatri is an excruciating bullet to the brain. Its nearly two-and-a-half hours of predictable, formulaic, charmless love story that has as much spark as a box of matches soaked in the rain. ...Read full review