Yeh Hai India is scripted and directed by Lom Harsh The movie is based on real-life incidents It is produced by DLB Films Pvt Ltd of Sandeep Choudhary Raja

Yeh Hai India Movie Review

Yeh Hai India Movie Review English Movie Review
By nettv4u.com
Review for the film " Yeh Hai India"
Runtime: 2 Hours 08 Minutes
Certificate: UA
Released: 24-05-2019
1.5 / 5.0

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Yeh Hai India is scripted and directed by Lom Harsh. The movie is based on real-life incidents. It is produced by DLB Films Pvt. Ltd of Sandeep Choudhary. Raja Hassan and Tapesh R Panwar composed the music. Gavie Chahal, Deana Uppal, Mohan Agashe, Mohan Joshi, Surendra Pal, Ashutosh Kaushik, Antara Banerjee, Bikramjeet Kanwarpal and Karmveer Choudhary are in the star cast. Balaji V Rangha cranked the camera Vinay Pal edited the film.

Plot

Mithilesh Kumar is an NRI from the UK. He had the same idea as every NRI has, about India. Most of the NRIs think that India is a highly populated country, which is well known for its poverty and pollution. But, Mithilesh develops a new idea about India and its successful side that includes Mission to Mars. What did Mithilesh do after developing a positive opinion about India? Did he settle in India? Watch the film to know the rest.

Star Performance

The stars have done their best

Analysis

This is not a new story. A lot of scriptwriters had designed these kinds of stories already. This is one among those stories from the point of view of an NRI. Although the film speaks about India and its versatility, there is no strength in the screenplay and execution. Every filmmaker who chooses this subject speaks about poverty, beggars and rowdies, failed to bring a solution to all those negative things. This movie falls in the same category. Although the film projects India and its situation, it didn’t have a basic cinematic treatment.

What’s There?

  • Concept is okayish

What’s Not There?

  • Weak screenplay and execution
  • Usual story

Verdict

The movie neither has a feature film look nor a documentary. If you don’t have any film to watch this weekend, you could try this!