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In modern era of satellite channels it is old fashioned and outdated Aakash-Vani (Radio)
Promo of this movie was promising something like ''PYAR KA PANCHNAMA' , my favorite one movie but Aakash-Vani is totally different from its promo. Even makers tried to encash the success of Pyar ka Ka Panchnama. Promo promised love story with modern approach but film belongs to era of seventies with a few spice of modern era. Story line and message behind it is good but this message couldn't be conveyed in interesting way. Screenplay by Director, Love Ranjan is boring. Scenes are very old type. Dialogues by Director, himself is also very old fashioned. Performance wise Kartik Tiwari as Aakash is just OK. Nushrat Bharucha as Vani is competent. Music is not impressive. Even lyrics are very forced to match the Gulzar saab style but badly attempted. One song line '' Raat ko diya dhakka subeh ho gayi'' is good but rest lines of this song does not support the first line. After all, movie is very slow and lengthy.
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