Jacqueline Fernandez gives a shoutout to Aayush Sharma starrer Loveratri
Aayush Sharma and actress Warina Hussain are set to make their debut with Loveratri. Aayush will be playing the role of a Gujarati boy while Warina Hussain will be his love interest.
Jacqueline Fernandez expressed her excitement for the upcoming film Loveratri starring Aayush Sharma and Warina Hussain as she joins the countdown for the trailer launch.
The actress recently took to social media and put up a poster of Loveratri and expressed her excitement to watch Aayush Sharma on screen. She wrote "This chhokra looks damn cool. Super excited ffor you @Aaysharma in Just 5 days!"
Salman Khan production's film Loveratri promises to make us fall in love with love. Aayush, who is Salman Khan's brother-in-law and Arpita Khan's husband. Aayush Sharma and actress Warina Hussain are set to make their debut with Loveratri.
Aayush will be playing the role of a Gujarati boy while Warina Hussain will be his love interest.
Loveratri revolves around the love story between the characters of Aayush and actress Warina Hussain. The movie is set against the backdrop of Navratri, a Hindu festival, and the name distorts its meaning. Loveratri is Shot in London and the outskirts of Gujarat.
The makers of Loveratri have unveiled the teaser and had set the mood right with the foot-tapping music and colourful backdrop of the festive season.
With Garba being an essential factor in the story, both Aayush and Warina took extensive lessons to learn the dance form. The leading pair Aayush and Warina have been piquing the interest of the audience with videos and pictures from the Garba training.
Written by Naren Bhatt, 'Loveratri' is directed by Abhiraj Minawala who will also be making his directorial debut with the film. The romantic drama will mark the next venture of Salman Khan Films.
Directed by Abhiraj Minawala, Loveratri is produced by Salman Khan under the banner of Salman Khan Films is slated to release on 5th October, 2018 during the same time as Navratri.
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