Friday, May 5, 2017

B-town is in ‘”LOVE” with Sudhanshu Saria’s LOEV

The young and talented director Sudhanshu Saria who made his debut in the cinematic world by the daring film ‘LOEV’ is currently flooded with lot of appreciations from the Bollywood.  Recently, the makers of LOEV held a special screening of their internationally acclaimed film in a suburban studio in Mumbai. The grand event was a star-studded affair where many of well-known personalities like Vir Das, Richa Chaddha, Kalki Koechlin, Ranvijay Singha, Milap Zaveri, Bejoy Nambiar, Shruti Seth, Maria Goretti, Meiyang Chang, Anushka Manchanda, Siddhant Gupta, Jim Sarbh and many more had graced the event. 
Under the banner the banner of Bombay Berlin Film Productions and Four Line Films, LOVE also marks the production debut of the actor turner producer Arfi Lamba.  Starring Shiv Pandit, Late Dhruv Ganesh and Siddharth Menon, LOEV it is a simple love story about an unusual love. It touches the sensitivity of gay relationship which is still considered as close affair in India. The film has received an overwhelming response many of the prominent international film festivals and is now winning hearts of B-town personalities too.  Here are some accolades from those who watched this film : 
Vir Das, Comedian
My friend @Shiv_Pandit is powerful and mesmerising in @loevfilm Please go watch it on Netflix. 
Ali Fazal, Actor
No agendas, no caricatures, just cinema and so simply put. I walked out with something positive and I hope this wonderful and personal journey of LOEV continues. I wish the team luck and lots n lots of LOEV. we need that word today, desperately to work for us." 
Milap Zaveri, Director
Saw @loevfilm today! A sensitively told tale of love between two men! @shiv_pandit is terrific n commanding! @iamsuds directs superbly! 
Rannvijay singha, Actor- VJ
Love in Indian cinema comes of age! Proud of you @shiv_pandit @iamsuds for making @loevfilm. Trailer:  #NowOnNetflix 
Subhash K Jha, Journalist and Film Critic
Loev is by far the most mature depiction of a gay relationship by an Indian filmmaker.I forgot the gender of the lovers,such is the maturity of the performances by Shiv Pandit and Dhruv Ganesh..this is a clutter-breaker of a film,our own Brokeback Mountain.4 stars'. 
Jitesh Pillai, Filmfare Editor
Nice nuanced film this LOEV. Complex,fine use of silences. Delineates the intense nature of alternate sexuality. Fine acting by leads. Kudos
And contrary to expectations it isn't a coming out or tortured soul film.The angst comes because LOEV is messy,complex&ultimately uplifting 
Kanu Behl, Film writer

Sudhanshu Saria! My new favourite film maker. What a debut!!  Left me loads of speechless. Catch the film on Netflix. And Pritam Das Suds Saria Sid Meer you guys are rockstars!

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