Ladli Betiyaan Movie

Synopsis

Navkiran Films Police Foundation’s Ladli Betiyaan (UA) is the story of a mom (Alankrita Bora) who units out on a journey to avoid wasting her lady little one (child Sania) from the perils of the evils of society whilst her armyman-husband (Yash Pandit) is preventing on the border for the motherland.

Navkiran Films Police Foundation’s Ladli Betiyaan (UA) is the story of a mom (Alankrita Bora) who units out on a journey to avoid wasting her lady little one (child Sania) from the perils of the evils of society whilst her armyman-husband (Yash Pandit) is preventing on the border for the motherland. B.S. Jogdand’s story is half-baked and doesn’t have even a tenth of the affect it wanted to have. The screenplay, written by Vaishnav Deva, B.S. Jogdand and Salim Khan, is so weak that it hardly strikes the viewers. B.S. Jogdand’s dialogues are beneath the mark. Yash Pandit is okay because the armyman. Alankrita Bora does a median job as his spouse. Surendra Pal is honest. Shalini Kapoor is atypical. Vaishnav Deva’s course shouldn’t be half as delicate because it wanted to be. His music is pretty melodious. B.S. Jogdand’s lyrics are considerably interesting. Sarfaraz Khan’s choreography is beneath the mark. Camerawork (Manoj Kumar, Arvind Shah and Kunal Jena) is weak. Komal Varma’s modifying leaves so much to be desired. On the entire, Ladli Betiyaan is a poor present.

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