A middle-class boy Sushrut (Aayush Sharma) whose only ambition in life is to play garba and teach garba falls in love with Manisha aka Michelle (Warina Hussain), a UK based NRI daughter of laundry businessman, when she comes to Vadodara for Navratri. The boy chases the girl, they become friends, then gradually fall in love, after some misunderstandings created by the girl’s father (Ronit Roy) the girl returns to the UK to pursue her career. The boy follows her and wins her over and they lived happily ever after. The End.
If Aayush Sharma’s debut is weighed on a scale it won’t match to the standards set by his counterparts like Tiger Shroff, Varun Dhawan, Avinash Tiwari, but he has time in his hand. Aayush Sharma has a screen presence which won’t let you take your eyes off him and the guy does dance well. Warina Hussain needs to work very hard if she wants to be a player of the elite game. The sidekicks of Sushrut, Negative and Rocket always fight among themselves and their tussle is the comedy quotient of the movie. Ram Kapoor, who plays Aayush Sharma’s mama, is his support system and always encourages him. Ronit Roy plays the typical protective father of a beautiful, rich daughter.
The direction and script are the lows. As soon as Chogada’s opening sequence plays there is an urgent desire to leave your seat and dance. The choreography is on point.
Watch only if you love clichéd stories.
We give Loveyatri 3 stars with a garba step full of kink.