‘LOEV’ To Be Screened At MAMI Mumbai Film Festival 2016.

Globally acclaimed movie finally coming home via 18th MAMI Mumbai Film Festival from 20-27 october, 2016.

Loev explores the love and friendship between two men, told through middle-class characters who chat in English as they spend their time in expensive hotels and restaurants. Directed by Sudhanshu Saria, the main characters of the film are Sahil (Dhruv Ganesh), Jai (Shiv Pandit) and Alex (Siddharth Menon).

Sudhanshu Saria’s feature debut has been sold to Italy (The Open Reel) and Poland (Film Village) on top of previously announced sales to Germany (Pro Fun Media), Taiwan (Swallow Wings) and Estonia (Menufilmid).


The film made its world premiere in the Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival’s inaugural Tridens First Features Competition, screened at the SXSW fest and had its UK premiere at the BFI Flare London.


Whilst in Mumbai on a short business trip, confident young hotshot Jai (Shiv Pandit) meets up with his old friend Sahil (Dhruv Ganesh) for a road-trip through the Western Ghats. Leaving his boyfriend Alex (Siddharth Menon) behind, Sahil attempts to forget his troubles. Jai, on the other hand, is out to cut loose and have some fun. Over the course of the next 48 hours, the pair gradually reveal a complicated history, raising some painful truths in the process although much is left unexplained.

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Take a glimpse of the movie, you will love it!

Sadly, actor Dhruv Ganesh died of tuberculosis at the age of 29 last year, while this movie was in post-production. He continues to live in our hearts through this film.


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