Eon Films much awaited Bhojpuri family entertainer SAAWARIYA I LOVE YOU that was released this friday in Cinema Halls in Mumbai has seen packed shows this weekend. Running at Super, Sheetal, Payal and Palace cinemas, this Bhojpuri entertainer is presented by Mohan Das under the banner of Eon Films and co-produced by Sudeep Das. After enthralling audiences in
Bihar, the flavour of the season is working well in Mumbai circuit too as Bhojpuri audience’s heartthrob Vinnay Anand and Rani Chatterjee are once again seen in pivotal roles in this movie.
Produced by Shambhu Pandey under the banner of Shambhu Pandey Productions, this film has all the ingredients of a complete entertainer with 11 songs, 7 fight sequences, romance, family drama and rib-tickling comedy set on a lavish scale. The film has good romantic songs penned by Pyarelal Yadav, Phanindra Rao and Arvind Tiwari which is put to music by Aman Shlok.
If Seema Singh’s colourful performance will enthrall the audience in her glamorous and intense sexciting item number, Mandira’s racy mujra in kathak style will make the audiences remember their lost loved ones. To add opulence and grandeur to the Mujra as was in the days of the rajahs and maharajas, the producers have spent lavishly to film this mujra aesthetically on a well designed haveli which will remind the Bhojpuri audiences of Bollywood mujras a-la Pakeezah style. It is sure to set new standards of film entertainment in Bhojpuri industry as the songs are efficiently captured in a brilliant framework by ace cameraman Pramod Pandey.
Directed by Rampal Singh with a supporting cast that includes Divya Dwivedi, Gorav Ghai, Deepak Dubey, Neeraj Bharadwaj, Mehnaz Shroff and Aly Khan, Saawariya I Love You promises to be a movie experience that will bring the issue of widow remarriage once again to the fore. Containing every ingredient that sets it apart from conventional Bhojpuri Films, Saawariya I Love You is an electrifying story of a woman caught in a web of situations - a plot that has electrifying disclosures at every turn - is fast paced, and not at all superficial in its treatment with exceptionally skilful, high tension, gripping emotional drama with a profound moral debate at its heart.