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The movie is an excellent narration of the love between 2 people. Unlike other romantic movies released around the year of release this deals with the trials and tribulations of a love affair during modern times in the Indian context.
What really stands out in the movie is that the love between the 2 protagonists is no where demonstrated as sexual in any form. A refreshing change from the modern day Indian movies where people go about smooching at the flip of a hat.
What also stands out is the social message with a dose of practicality. All this keeping the Indian culture in mind makes it a must see for people who like watching a mature movie.
I would say the promotions are misleading though. If this would have been taken care of I am sure the movie would have done better commercially by attracting the right audience.
Unlike his first movie, Pyaar Ka Punchnama, Luv Ranjan, the director does not keep this movie as an all out comedy. That does not mean that the movie lacks wit and humor. Aakash Vani has it's moments of fun, however the audience should expect a mature drama when going to watch the movie.
The role of the two protagonists is very well played by Nushrat Bharucha and Kartik Tiwari. Given the right roles and opportunities these actors would be able to make a mark in the industry.
Luv Ranjan shows once again how a good director could turn a simple story into a wonderful narrative and yet maintain characters that one can relate to.
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