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Pen Studios, Hardik Gajjar Films and Back Bencher Pictures’ <strong>Bhavai</strong> is a love story set against the backdrop of Ram Leela. Hardik Gajjar has written a story seeped in traditions and although it rings true in villages, the story will not appeal to the city audiences. The screenplay, penned by Hardik Gajjar and Shreyes Anil Lowlekar, moves at a very leisurely pace, further limiting the appeal of the drama. Although the earthiness of the story and screenplay are endearing, the fact remains that their appeal is limited. A plus point of the screenplay is that Gajjar and Lowlekar have included the elements of romance, comedy and emotions in it. Shreyes Anil Lowlekar’s dialogues are appealing. Pratik Gandhi is both, confident and endearing, in his maiden Bollywood film. Aindrita Ray is fair as Rani. Flora Saini is very expressive as Urmi. Hardik Gajjar’s direction is good. Team Sara Music and Aanand Shandilyaa’s music is quite appealing. Lyrics (Shabbir Ahmed and Kumar Manjul) are appealing. Prasad Sashte’s background music is fair. Chirantan Das’ cinematography is of a fine standard. Production designing (by Jayant Deshmukh) is appropriate. Editing (by Kannu Prajapati and Satyanarayan Sharma) is sharp. On the whole, in spite of being a well-made film, <strong>Bhavai</strong> doesn’t stand much of a chance at the ticket windows because the city audiences will not be able to identify much with it.

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