Aayush Sharma tells how his family reacted when gave him the news about bagging the film

Salman Khan production Loveyatri starring Aayush Sharma and Warina Hussain has hit the screens today. It had already won a lot of appreciation for its trailer and superb music track songs like Chogada Tara and Dholida.

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In an exclusive talk with a leading web portal, Sharma speaks about how his family reacted on hearing the news of him bagging a project. “Honestly, they all were happy, when I told them that this is the film that I’m working on,” he starts, adding, “Arpita is a little skeptical.”

Aayush also told that his wife was not interested to celebrate it till the time they were on set. “Only when the posters came out, that is when it started sinking in. They all are very excited. Everybody has played a small part. When it comes to production, the whole family has stood by and given their own inputs,” he says. Sharma further adds that after watching the trailer, the family went gaga. We also ask Sharma if his wife had a say in choosing the script. “Arpita didn’t really have any say while I was deciding the scripts,” he clarifies.

The first look of the movie was unveiled in August 2018. Both Aayush and Warina have been traveling all over the country to make sure that they promote the movie well. When he was asked, how was it to be a part of Loveyatri, he replied, “I’m proud of being a part of Loveyatri irrespective of whatever happens to the film. Because I loved the film when I heard it for the first time."

Some of the celebrities saw the film and praised it a lot. Among them is filmmaker Karan Johar, who reviewed the film by applauding the performances of the debutants.

We all hope that the movie does well on the box-office and achieve great heights.



by Isha Kataria | Fri, Oct 05 - 02:49 PM

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