Lakhon Hai Yahan Dilwale – Movie Review
A Half-Baked Movie That Lacks Originality And Appeal
- Movie: Lakhon Hai Yahan Dilwale
- Cast: Aditya Pancholi, Krutika Gaekwad, Vije Bhatia, Arun Bakshi, Kishori Shahane, Anju Mahendroo
- Director: Munnawar Bhagat
- Genre: Drama
Munnawar Bhagat seems to have combined the scripts of Ashiqui and Humari Adhuri Kahani for his latest flick. With a star cast of Aditya Pancholi, Krutika Gaekwad, Vije Bhatia, Arun Bakshi, Kishori Shahane, Anju Mahendroo, the movie aspires to recreate the magic with no success. Lakhon Hai Yahan Dilwale was released in theatres on 4th Sep 2015.
Arsh played by Vije Bhatia is a struggling singer, who lands in Mumbai hoping to make it big in the music industry. However, in the absence of a concrete plan or opportunity, he ends up being a street-singer giving voice to the old classic melodies of the 60’s, to sustain him. One day he is joined in his act by Swara played by Krutika Gaikwad, a middle class Mharastrain girl, who had heard him singing and is herself found of old songs. Their friendship grows as their combined careers progress slowly and Arsh soon falls in love with Swara. However, when he proposes to her, she refuses and is reveled to have a troubled past with her drunkard husband and local gunda Vithal Dada played by Aditya Pancholi.
The mediocre script does not have any entertainment value and the only highlight of the movie is the old classic songs. The characters are uninspired and poorly developed besides which the movie lacks any aesthetic appeal as well. Overall the movie is a complete failure and IndiaCafe24 gives Lakhon Hai Yahan Dilwale a rating of 2 stars.
Reviewed By Meetu