A girl from the rich and affluent Chaudhary family falls in love with a boy from a middle class family. The girl’s father disapproves her falling in love with this ordinary boy, and hence wants her to get married to a boy in a rich family.
Love is a universal feeling and the whole world revolves around this magical word. It is very rare to come across “true” love whichremains forever in your minds, thoughts & memories.
Two youngsters based in a rural town of India experience love for the first time but destiny has other plans for them. The film takes you through lots of ups and downs in the lives of these lovers…but will they win against all odds?
What is interesting in this film is that the girl falls in love with the melodious tunes on the flute played by the boy who has all the time in the world to sit in the jungle and play his tunes.
An unwanted character springs up now and then enquiring about his identity.
Overall, it is just a mediocre film with gaudy make-ups, lighting and the flashy colours of the upholstery. Even Rana Jung Bahadur could not save this film.
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Manoj Verma as Krishana
Manpreet As Priya
Viraat As Viraat
Sonia as Sonia
Rana Jung Bahadur as Jagira (The Gangster)
Rajkumar Maan as Choudhary Ranveer Singh
Anjali Arora (Guest Appearance) in Item Song
Lakha as Sompal
Credits & Crew:
Banner: Voice Of Heart Music
Release Date / Month: 21 August 2015
Genre: Love story
Produced by : Renu Bala Panchal
Distributor: Jai Viratra Entertainment Limited
Co-producer: Sonu Panchal
Director: Honey Vee
Written by: Anil Panchal
Screenplay & Dialogue: Chetan Prakash Anand
Cinematography: Satish Khabri, Arvind Singh
Editor – Gurlal Singh Athwal
Music: Vinod Thapliyal, Vinay Prasanna
Lyrics: Manoj Panchal
Background Music : Vinod Thapiyal, Rajesh Bhalla & Raj Verma
The Love is Forever – Hindi movie review