|Movie Name||Bhavai (2021)|
|Movie Genre||Social Drama Movie Romantic Movie|
|Directed by||Hardik Gajjar|
|Produced by||Gajjar Parth|
|Music Director||Prasad Sashte|
|Star Cast||Pratik Gandhi , Aindrita Ray, Flora Saini, Abhimanyu Singh, Rajesh Sharma, Bhagyashree Mote, Rajendra Gupta, Ankur Vikal, Anil Rastogi, Gopal Singh, Ankur Bhatia, Govind Mishra, Shreyes Anil Lowlekar, Krishna Singh Bisht, Omi Kashyap, Meenal Patel, Shahdat Ikram, Jodharam Jaisinghani, Ovais Rashid, Bhamini Oza, Satish Trivedi, Shibesh Devnath,|
|Release Date||22 Oct, 2021 (India)|
|Movie Budget||5 Cr. (Estimated)|
|Box Office Collection||Not Available Cr. Approximately (Worldwide)|
|Rating||IMDB: 2.9 Bollywood Product: 3|
Bhavai is an upcoming Bollywood Social Drama film. The film released on 22 October 2021 in Cinema Theaters. Earlier the film title was Ravan Leela. However, the makers decided to change it to Bhavai with the request of audiences.
Hardik Gajjar has directed Bhavai. Gajjar Parth has produced the film. Chirantan Das is the Cinematographer, and Satya Sharma has Edited the film.
Pratik Gandhi and Aindrita Ray have played the lead roles in Bhavai. Flora Saini, Abhimanyu Singh, Rajesh Sharma, Ankur Bhatia, Rajendra Gupta, Ankur Vikal, Bhagyashree Mote, and Anil Rastogi have played supporting roles.
Religion and Culture are two big problems in India. The people believe in their culture and religion blindfolded. No one ever tries to raise a question or show any curiosity to interrogate the said system.
Most people live in deception and dishonesty because of their blindfolded beliefs. The denial and deception towards life hamper the stability and growth of the people in society. These aspects also promote an alarming rise in double standards.
Bhavai highlights the above issues, which unravel the double standards of society. However, they don't believe it and live a substandard life.
The story of Bhavai (earlier Ravan Leela) takes place in Khaakhar Village. Raja Ram (Pratik Gandhi) lives in the village with big dreams in his eyes. He wants to be an actor. However, limited recourses are not allowing him to do so.
Raja Ram falls for Rani (Aindrita Ray), and the real struggles start. The duo faces obstacles due to the fake religious beliefs of villages. The rest of the film depicts the struggle of the duo and the difference between real and reel life. The film also shows the attitude of society towards anything beyond their religious beliefs.