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Nonton Film Lakshmi (2018) Full Movie

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Film Lakshmi (2018) Full Movie
Review Film Lakshmi (2018) Full Movie
Lakshmi Movie Synopsis: A school student, who is passionate about dance, sets out to join a national-level competition without her mother’s knowledge.

Lakshmi Movie Review: A film on dance with Prabhu Deva in one of the lead roles — you know what to expect from it. Right from the word go, Lakshmi is exactly what you expect from a dance-based movie. It has some spectacular dance, okayish dramatic moments and a not-so-bad conflict.

Lakshmi (Ditya) is her mother, Nandini’s (Aishwarya Rajesh) apple of the eye. The latter enroll her in a school, but the former’s world revolves around dance. Lakshmi loves dancing as if there is no tomorrow — she dances on the streets, inside the public bus, her classroom, almost everywhere. Though her teachers are irritated with her enthusiasm for dance, Nandini — who hates dance to the core — hardly knows about this.

With the help of Krishna (Prabhu Deva), a coffee shop owner, she gets enrolled in a dance academy, after which her life witnesses a new turn.

Lakshmi has almost everything that is required to keep the audience engaged. Ditya is the scene stealer of the movie — her grace in movements and ease in pulling off the role impresses one and all. A dance sequence by Prabhu Deva, which appears in the flashback portion, is a delight to watch. But the flashback sequence is weak and too predictable.

The supporting characters aren’t established properly. The likes of Kovai Sarala (as the school principal) and Karunakaran (coffee shop employee) evoke laugh at certain instances and are OK. The mannerisms and screen presence of the other kids in the dance group are quite enjoyable. Salman Yusuff Khan’s dance, too, is a pleasure to watch, while Sofia is OK. Music by Sam CS and Nirav Shah’s cinematography are adequate to the story. What stops Lakshmi from being a very good film is the predictability of its script and the lack of strong emotional conflict between the lead actors.

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