Review of Luv You Shankar: This film, starring Tanishaa Mukerji and Shreyas Talpade, goes back to the My Friend Ganesha recipe!

By Gita Samanta May11,2024
Review of Luv You Shankar This film, starring Tanishaa Mukerji and Shreyas Talpade, goes back to the My Friend Ganesha recipe!Review of Luv You Shankar This film, starring Tanishaa Mukerji and Shreyas Talpade, goes back to the My Friend Ganesha recipe!

The bright flashes of the past in “Luv You Shankar” give it a lot of promise at first, but the promise of a compelling storyline soon wanes.

 

Producers: Sunita Desai and Tejas Desai

Rajiv S. Ruia, director

Cast: Mann Gandhi, Sanjay Mishra, Hemant Pandey, Abhimanyu Singh, Tanishaa Mukerji, and Shreyas Talpade
Theatres as the release platform

By Jyothi Venkatesh, a rating

Eight-year-old Shivansh (Mann Gandhi) and his parents reside in London. The doctor is persuaded by his meanderings while he is receiving medical attention in the hospital after an injury that he once lived in Varanasi. Currently, Shivansh is on his way to Varanasi to meet up with Madhav (Hemant Pandey), a close buddy from a previous life.

Shivansh discovers quickly that he was a devoted disciple of Lord Shiva and that his previous name was Rudra (Shreyas Talpade). He also discovers that Siddhu (Abhimanyu Singh), a fake guru going by the name Siddheshwar, assassinated Rudra.

The main plot point is how Lord Shiva assists Shivansh in carrying out his quest to revenge Rudra’s death. Shivansh is driven to seek justice for his previous existence and sets out on a journey to the holy city.

The bright flashes of past events in “Luv You Shankar” give it a lot of promise at first, but when all you see is formula-driven happenings, all hopes for an interesting plot rapidly evaporate.

Regarding acting, Shreyas Talpade captures the hearts of the viewers with his authentic portrayal of Rudra, while Abhimanyu Singh excels in a character that combines cowardice, duplicity, and emotions.

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Review of Luv You Shankar This film, starring Tanishaa Mukerji and Shreyas Talpade, goes back to the My Friend Ganesha recipe!
Review of Luv You Shankar This film, starring Tanishaa Mukerji and Shreyas Talpade, goes back to the My Friend Ganesha recipe!

Tanishaa makes a fleeting appearance as Shreyas’ wife, but her influence is little as there isn’t a single scene that makes the audience fall in love with her. Mann Gandhi’s portrayal of Shivansh is just bearable.

While Sanjay Mishra’s brief appearance manages to introduce a little bit of slapstick humour into the closing minutes, Hemant Pandey’s portrayal of Madhav stands out and adds some excitement to the story.

The movie starts in London and moves quickly to Banaras, but the creators couldn’t seem to get the feel of both places. Conversely, I would also point out that the animated portrayal of Lord Shiva is not as good as it could be, exposing a squandered chance to use cutting edge technology to create a more believable and compelling image.

In conclusion, I should mention that director Rajiv S. Ruia has essentially revisited the formula he had previously used in his own film, “My Friend Ganesha,” and created a picture that will appeal to children in a limited way, even though it lacks the original impact it had created with a great deal of originality.

The comedic star Rajpal Yadav is making a comeback, but this time he’s taking on a more dramatic, serious, and emotional persona.
Palash Muchhal is the director and writer of the film “Kaam Chalu Hai,” which stars Rajpal Yadav and Gia Manek in key parts. This film, which is based on a true story, will be released on April 19, 2024.
Watching this film will undoubtedly inspire Bollywood to produce more true-story films and to bring attention to social issues.

The tragic tale of a father who lost his daughter in an accident caused by potholes on the road is told. When the father went to the police station to register a complaint, no one took his complaint. So long as he lives, the father swears to fix all the potholes to ensure that no one else loses this life.
This is an emotional film that you should not miss. It’s available on the over-the-top platform ZEE5, so watch it at home with your family.

 

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