Marjaavaan is full of identifiable emotions
Love is a feeling that can not be defined or described has found its way in these films and characters. From unrequited love to disorderly and modern relationships to intense romance, there is no territory within love that Bollywood The films are left intact. Hindi cinema has given many tragic love stories that have become classics over the years. Marjaavaan, from director Milap Zaveri, who is ready to play the celluloid soon, is touted as a refreshing version of the classic intense love stories like Ek Duje Ke Liye, Qayamat Se Qayamat Tak , Aashiqui 2 and Ghajini. The film's trailer reminded the audiences of the old Bollywood stories with seeti-maar Hindi dialogues. It is said that 'the greatest love stories are all tragedies'. Marjaavaan is one such tragic love story.
Director Milap speaks: “Marjaavaan is a violent love story with passion, emotion, tragedy and aggression. It is a story of eternal love between Sid and Tara. There are great classic love stories that have no happy endings like Ghajini and Ek Villain , which I have seen over the years and I have loved it. Tragedy is something that everyone connects with, with Marjaavaan I hope the public feels love and pain: the story of Raghu and Zoya conveys. ”
Producer Bhushan Kumar He adds: “There are many real-life love stories that end tragically due to several reasons. Marjaavaan is Milap's ode to those stories that have become classics in our Hindi cinema.
Producer Monisha Advani says, “Marjaavaan is steeped in identifiable emotions, which are the hallmark of Milap’s filmmaking. We are delighted to bring this classic story of love & revenge to life through the performances of these fine actors.”
A vicious love story of Raghu ( Sidharth Malhotra ) and Zoya ( Tara Sutaria ) where a vertically challenged Vishnu (Riteish Deskmukh) enters his life and turns it upside down. The film promises some high octane action scenes set in a story of eternal love.