Bhavai is a romantic entertainer scripted and directed by Hardik Gajjar Hardik Gajjar is a popular Visual Effects Supervis >> Read More... . Dhaval Jayantilal Gada, Aksshay Jayantilal Gada, Parth Gajjar, Hardik Gajjar, and Richa Amod Sachan produced the film. Prasad Sashte composed the BGM, and the songs are by Shabbir Ahmed Shabbir Ahmed is an Indian lyricist who writes son >> Read More... . Pratik Gandhi, Aindrita Ray, Flora Saini, Rajendra Gupta, Actor Rajesh Sharma Rajesh Sharma is an Indian actor. His work is pred >> Read More... , Abhimanyu Singh Abhimanyu Singh is a popular Indian film and telev >> Read More... , Ankur Vikal, Ankur Bhatia, Gopal K. Singh, Anil Rastogi Dr. Anil Rastogi is an Indian television and film >> Read More... , Krishna Bisht, and Bhagyashree Mote Bhagyashree Mote is a Marathi actress born on 27 S >> Read More... are cast. Chirantan Das Chirantan Das is a stellar Indian cinematographer >> Read More... cranked the camera and editing is by Kannu Prajapati and Satya Sharma.
Rajaram Joshi is an aspiring actor. He lives in Khakar, a village in Gujarat. A theater company lands his village for the drama Ram Leela. Bhanvar, the owner of the drama troupe, is the one who plays Ravan. When he falls sick, Rajaram, who loves to act was provided with an opportunity to portray Ravan's character. Meanwhile, Rajaram falls in love with Rani, who plays Sita. Will this combination work out? What are the other politics involved in the theater? The answers are available in the rest of the story.
Pratik did an excellent job as Rajaram. His expressions are fantastic, and he fits well. Aindrita had also done her job perfectly. Rajesh, Ankur Vikal, Ankur Bhatia, Flora, and Rajendra Gupta supported the leads with their casual performances.
The director had already gained a lot of experience in directing devotional serials. So, he handled the Ram Leela sequence with ease. The characterization is perfect, and the leads are ideal for the characters. The supporting roles are filled with an excellent set of artists, and kudos to the casting team. The director should be appreciated for designing a wonderful drama troupe with the people who act and manage the company. Certain scenes are shot with the utmost dedication that impresses the audience. Traces from serials make the audience feels nostalgic. The music, cinematography, and editing are appreciable.
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With a different script and quick screenplay and narration, the entire team impressed the audience. Bhavai – watch-worthy!