Ved Movie Review
Ved has been one of the most-expected Marathi films this year. The film marks Riteish’s first experience with heading and Genelia’s Marathi debut in a prominent work. The story generally twirls around Riteish’s character Satya, a talented cricketer holding on for his second under the sun. Whenever Satya finally has the chance to show his capacities, he exploits the entryway. Simultaneously, love sprouts in his reality with Nisha (Jiya Shankar). Nonetheless, Satya’s cricketing dream is brief as he gets wrongly faulted for fixing a match. Does he have the option to guard himself? What lengths might he anytime at any point go to defend his and Nisha’s feeling?
Ved is a classic heartfelt show inspired by the Telugu film Majili, starring Naga Chaitanya and Samantha Ruth Prabhu. It has masala, love, forfeits, a convincing antagonist played by Raviraj Kande, and some exciting turns in the road. The film falters between the at different times as it presents the story of its lead characters. While the chief half is by and large about Riteish and Jiya’s characters, the last part familiarizes us with Shravani, played by Genelia Deshmukh, and recaps her experience story too. Likewise, the post-length part is more charming than the chief half.
Ved has a mix of stars. Riteish channels the strain of his character well, while Genelia’s eyes and explanations say a ton. The casings that she is in are illuminated by the entertainer. Although novice Jiya Shankar exudes confidence and appears calm in front of the camera, her acting skills and Genelia and Riteish’s Marathi communication skills need work. Ashok Saraf is right at home, making his job as Riteish’s dad trustworthy while also delivering zingers after zingers. Shubhankar Tawde makes the most of his screen time as children performer Khushi Hajare.
Ved has been shot elegantly (cinematography by Bhushankumar Jain) and you almost need to watch a Hindi film thanks to how it’s been managed. That scores for the film, in a perfect world getting going a change of the treatment of Marathi films at large. The music by Ajay-Atul is perfect. One tune that particularly stands separated is Besuri, sung by Vasundhara Vee, for torturing quality adds a particular mystery to Genelia’s experience story.
In any case, despite these perspectives, the film doesn’t stand separated as one guesses that it ought to. The story is obvious, whether or not you haven’t watched Majili. More spotlight is on lauding the performers than propelling a convincing plot. Along these lines, if you are a Riteish or Genelia fan, Ved is the ideal week’s end watch. Regardless, if you’re an ordinary cinegoer expecting to see what’s actually the deal with the buzz around Ved, you might be marginally dampened.
Ved Movie Cast
- Director – Riteish Deshmukh
- Writers – Prajakt DeshmukhShiva NirvanaShivkumar Parthasarathy
- Stars – Anjali AtreGautam BerdeGenelia Deshmukh