October 03, 2021

Film: Sumeru

Starring: Avinash Dhyani, Sanskriti Bhatt, Shagufta Ali, Suruchi Saklani, Abhishek Maindola, Prashil Rawat, Satish Sharma, Arvind Panwar

Genre: Romance-Drama

Director: Avinash Dhyani


By Yogesh Mishra

Sumeru is one of the finest love story. This is beautifully crafted in the lap of nature by actor - director Avinash Dhyani.

The story revolves around Savi Malhotra (Sanskriti Bhatt) and Bhavar Pratap Singh (Avinash Dhyani) who unfortunately lost the way in the jungle at the top of the mountain. Accidently they meet each other on the top of the mountain in the night. Initially Bhavar misunderstood Savi, so, Savi talks rudely with him. To know how this hard talk converts into love, one must watch this film. 

Film showcases the beauty of the mountains. Nature has gifted us a lot but we need to feel it from inside and this film compels us to feel the beauty of the nature. The outstanding cinematography of Harish Negi can be seen. Gorgeous Sanskriti Bhatt enhances the beauty of the film through her natural acting and her innocent face perfectly gel with the beauty of the mountains. 

The performance of actress Sanskriti Bhatt is simply the best. On the other side actor Avinash Dhyani’s performance is also quite impressive. Other actors like Shagufta Ali, Suruchi Saklani, Abhishek Maindola, Prashil Rawat, Satish Sharma and Arvind Panwar etc. have also done justice to their parts. 

Except from Shagufta Ali, all other artists are almost new for the main stream Bollywood movies but still things could not damage the film at large. Although it's not a big budget movie but the charismatic cinematography of Harish Negi made things better. The film is slightly slow but it's quite impressive. Although screenplay and dialogues are not that good as expected but  to the larger extend, somewhere other good things covered weaknesses of the movie. 

Although, music doesn't play major role in this film but still the melodious music of Sunjoy Bose is quite impressive. 

Overall, this is one of the finest love story. Good to watch at least once. So, why to wait, go and watch it in your nearest cinema hall.

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