Starring: Kay Kay Menon, Shriswara, Ark Jain, Swastika Mukherjee, Sumit Arora, Atul Shrivastava, Deep Rambhiya, Mazel Vyas
Genre: Sports Drama
Director: Sudhanshu Sharma
By Yogesh Mishra
Director Sudhanshu Sharma's Love-All is all about the emotional connection between father and son, with badminton as a backdrop. Actor Kay Kay Menon is the heart and soul of the film.
Siddharth Sharma (Kay Kay Menon), a professional badminton player residing in Bhopal, is the focus of the narrative. A local politician who wanted to choose the winner from his family used his influence improperly to prevent Siddharth from winning the badminton match. He sends several goons just before the championship bout to hurt him physically. Siddharth was forced to abandon the sports series because he could do nothing else. He is broken within by this experience, and he begins to detest sports. His family predicament forces him to accept the work at the railway, and he begins to live as a common man with his wife and son. After a few years in a railway job, he gets a transfer to his home town of Bhopal, and he settles back here with his wife Jaya (Shriswara) and son Aaditya Sharma (Ark Jain), who is almost 15 years old. Due to his prior experiences, he has since become adamantly opposed to sports and has told his son not to take part in any school sports. However, despite his best efforts, destiny once again places his son on the same platform where he falls victim to that politics, and this time the politician is the same. The climax is the real crux of the story. To know what happens at the end, one must watch the film.
Actor Kay Kay Menon’s performance is outstanding. He has fewer dialogues but has a mind-blowing expression that really wins the hearts of the audience. His eyes on the screen speak more than his words. On the other side, child artist Ark Jain has done full justice to his role. His screen appearance is simply outstanding. Actress Shriswara in the role of a housewife looks so natural and pretty. She fits her part in this role. Actress Swastika Mukherjee’s onscreen innocent look catches the attention of the audience. Apart from them, other artists like Sumit Arora, Atul Shrivastava, Deep Rambhiya, Mazel Vyas, etc. have also made their presence felt.
This is a well-written story with a mind-blowing screenplay and dialogue. This is one of the finest movies that connect with the emotions of the audience. The relationship between a father and son is beautifully showcased, where a real-life father of a teenage child can connect himself easily. The direction of Sudhanshu Sharma is highly appreciable. His selection of artists is really commendable.
Apart from a good storyline and cast, music is another strength of the film. Although music does not play a major role in the film, the music of Saurabh-Vaibhav complements the lyrics of Ankit Pandey and Sonal and enhances the beauty of the film.
Overall, this is one of the finest movies of the year that connects with the emotions of the audience. This is simply the best. So why wait? Go and watch it in your nearest cinema hall.
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