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Yeh Hai India movie review: Relive the pride and honor (2.5/5)

Yeh Hai India movie review: Relive the pride and honor (2.5/5)
Written by Pallavi Parmar

Yeh Hai India movie has finally hit the theatres screen. The much awaited patriotic movie written and directed by the Lom Harsh. The movie has created a lot of buzz on the social media for its motion poster and trailers. It has also been to the prestigious Cannes film festival. This movie features Gavie Chahal and Deana Uppal in the lead roles who performed well throughout the movie. It is produced by the Sandeep Chaudhary under the banner of DLB films Pvt. Ltd. and the music of the movie has been scored by the Raja Hassan and Tapesh Panwar. G.K. Yogesh is the creative director of the movie.

The plot of the movie revolves around the life of 25 years old NRI writer who is born and brought up in the United Kingdom. It is based on his journey to the several different countries and the observations, thoughts along with views of people about India. In this movie, he shares his stereotype views regarding India that is known for its vast population, pollution, and poverty. However, the writer finds new development in media or probably the other side of the same coin of India that is popularly famous for successful Mars mission, and nation that holds the title ‘God of Cricket’ for Sachin Tendulkar and the holy generosity with icons like Mother Teresa.

Overall the movie is good for a one-time watch only as it has an okayish storyline. It takes you through the scene of different regions of India like Rajasthan, Bihar, Mumbai, Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh and Gujarat. Although it has not so good plot but the movie is purely blended with the cultures of India. The music and cinematography will keep you engaged till the end of the movie.

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Pallavi Parmar

Journalism is my profession, Blogging and Writing are my passion, Travelling is my love, Food is my life and Feminist by nature.