The movie stars Shiv Pandit, Siddharth Menon and Dhruv Ganesh in a heartbreaking story about friendship, love and loyalty between three men.
Indian film is at a point where we are as yet endeavoring to win battles about restriction with the edit board, still acknowledge the depiction on sexiness in all its greatness on the silver screen and amongst these minor issues, depicting homosexuality and the LGBT people group never really appeared extremely well. ‘LOEV’, the progressive Indian LGBT motion picture is making waves outside the nation at different celebrations as of now.
When hot shot, Wall Street dealmaker Jai (Shiv Pandit) thinks of putting some pleasure into his 48 hour business trip to Mumbai, Sahil (Dhruv Ganesh), his young, music-producer friend, drops everything, including his reckless boyfriend Alex (Siddharth Menon), to help him execute the perfect getaway.
Hiking the hills and canyons of Maharashtra, amidst half-attempted conversations and sudden silences, business calls and old jokes, the friends discover there is more than just time-zones keeping them apart. Things take another turn when Alex shows up with a new male-companion at his side, throwing up old conflicts and bringing unanswered questions to the fore.
LOEV is about this weekend between friends where chances are missed, truths evaded and among all the stumbles, the love that unexpectedly prevails.
Source:Four Line Films