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Yuvvraaj Movie Review  

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Yuvvraaj Movie Review
  Movie Review : Yuvvraaj
Rating : 3 / 5
Banner : Mukta Arts Ltd
Cast : Salman Khan, Anil Kapoor, Katrina Kaif, Zayed Khan, Boman Irani, Mithun Chakraborty, Aushima Sawhney, Subhash Ghai and Others
Cinematography : Kabir Lal
Music : A R Rahman
Producer: Subhash Ghai
Director: Subhash Ghai
Released Date: November 21, 2008
Yuvvraaj Bollywood Movie Review


An emotional tale, the story begins on the backdrop of music and singing. This is the life of Deven Yuvvraaj (Salman) who is passionate about music and he happens to be a chorus singer in a group. Deven has a love interest and that is the Cello player Anushka (Katrina) and though both of them are up for each other, like expected, Anushka's father Dr Banton (Boman) is not for it. He has few other plans for his daughter and has no space for Deven. While this is on, life takes a turn when Deven hears about the death of his father (Javed Sheikh) and the time comes when he has to go to London to claim his share of the property. This is a rather unusual turn for Deven since he comes in touch with his long estranged brothers Gyanesh Yuvvraaj (Anil) and Danny Yuvvraaj (Zayed) and that too after twelve long years. It is the greed for money that sets these three brothers apart however when the executor (Mithun) enters, the whole scene changes. The brothers don't see eye to eye with each other and now it is time for them to come together. Does that happen? Has Anushka got any role to play in that? All this forms the rest of the story.


Yuvvraaj Hindi Cinema Review


The director has come out with a known subject but then it was his presentation that really takes the breath away and the narrative has been good at few points but lost out due to faltering screenplay. The script was alright but needed to be tighter since the plot is quite predictable. Full marks to the music but then it would take time for the audience to get used to it, cinematography was mind blowing and has captured the foreign locales very well. Editing could have been alright, the dialogues were powerful at few points. Though comedy was missing, there is a quality about this movie. Salman Khan was good performance wise but then he should have been watchful of his looks since they looked quite erratic in different scenes, Zayed looks alright with his delivery and could have done better, Katrina is as beautiful as ever and this time she has put in some real good efforts towards her expressions and dialogue delivery that has marked her presence. Boman was terrific, Mithun was mesmerizing with his act and it is after he arrives that the film actually picks up. The real show stealer is once again Ghai's favorite Anil Kapoor who has delivered an unbelievable performance. His emotional acts and intensities really touch the audience. Aushima, Anjan and others did their bit to add value to the film.


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The film is typically a Ghai recipe with the right kind of emotions, visual grandeur and class. While the first half is quite normal with the regular elements it is the post interval session that the real heat picks up. The film has got some points that really hit the audience but then it is effective in parts. The icing on the cake is the last 25 minutes that really shows the power of Ghai and the magic he is always known for. Technically, the film has been made very well and though the content aspect is not upto the mark, given the heavy star cast and with no other flick in sight, this sure is a profit grosser.

Bharatstudent Verdict : Good in parts, can be watched.

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