Movie Review: Kevi Rite Jaish

One day, your friend gives you a couple ticket of a Gujarati movie and insists you to watch it. At that time, the question which comes to your mind is Kevi Rite Jaish? But at the same time, a Gujarati movie releasing in mainstream multiplexes? And even after five days of release, you find board of House-full on box office? How often doest that happen? Again a question on your mind- Have kevi rite jaish!

Abhishek Jain, the man with such a unique idea and different concept has got success in his aim of erasing bad impression of Gujarati cinema with Urban Gujarati movie- KRJ.  Now, if we want to list out good qualities of the movie, there will be commas after every sentences and you won’t find any fullstop long away!

The film is about a common boy, who plays cricket on the streets of Ahmedabad and wants to go and setup motel business in America to fulfil dream of his family. The story is about Harish Bachubhai Patel, whose visa gets rejected due to the being Gujju factor!

The story revolves around the attempts made by Harish and his father who has applied all tricks to send his son to abroad. The problems, he and his father has to face during the process is beautifully curved in the movie. Harish, his father and Ayushi are centered in the movie. Music, cinematography, screen play of the movie is very impressive unlike another Gujarati movies. All well-known places of Ahmedabad city are covered in the film. Attempt of connecting the youth with this film is remarkable. Kevi Rite Jaish is not just a story of Harish, it’s a story of many street boys who have a dream of going abroad.

Kevi Rite Jaish has set a new milestone in Gujarati Cinema. Don’t think Kevi Rite Jaish, just go for it. Highly recommended from BuddyBits.

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