Asehi Ekada Vhave Movie Director: Sushrut Bhagwat
Asehi Ekada Vhave Movie Starcast: Umesh Kamat, Tejashree Pradhan, Chirag Patil
Asehi Ekada Vhave Movie Story: The proprietor of a masala organization begins to look all starry-eyed at the voice of a radio maneuver. It takes a while before they meet and begin becoming more acquainted with each other well.
Asehi Ekada Vhave Movie Review: Most of the circumstances, an overdose of reputation uncovers everything about a film, in any case, for not letting the anticipation of this film out, the creators of Asehi Ekda Vhave merit credit. Be that as it may, 15 mins into the film, you understand what they’ve been keeping from you.
So the story spins around Siddharth (Kamat), proprietor of a masala organization, and Kiran otherwise known as RJ Cute Kiran (Pradhan) and their creating relationship. Despite the fact that the two have never met, Siddharth is head over foot sole areas in affection with Kiran’s voice and doesn’t miss any show of hers. Careless in regards to this ‘fan’, Kiran is occupied with her life until the point that one day when Siddharth chooses to rope in Kiran as the voice of their organization’s radio crusade. The two meet and hit it off, however, a sudden episode puts their fermenting sentiment on backtrack. Since Kiran thinks about it her blame, she chooses to deal with things.
The film’s story is certified yet for a large portion of the primary with a large portion of, the watcher needs to sit through the surge of RJ Kiran’s relentless jabber. It requires its investment to get to the core and once it does, it would seem that things will begin getting at long last. The upward chart is fleeting however as Asehi Ekda Vhave gets into the regular show space soon.
On their part, the on-screen characters have done well. Umesh gets under the skin of the character and does equity to it. His part requires underplaying and he does that consummately. Tejashri goes over the edge in the glad go-fortunes RJ stage, however during that time half, she is taking care of business. Sharvani Pillai as Siddharth’s sister Revati is persuading as well.
Asehi Ekda Vhave falls in the not-so-terrible but rather not all that great space. There’s nothing to loathe about it except for nothing to totally adore either. In the event that you need to, watch it for Umesh and Tejashri’s exhibitions.