Yatra music composer duo, Khayyam and Goutam Ghose have given an equally uninteresting score for the film. Cinematography is of standard, although the color tones tend to get dark at times. Dialogues are wonderful and are sure to be appreciated.
It's a different Nana Patekar you get to watch in Yatra. Devoid of his usual mannerisms, Nana is natural to the core. The problem with Rekha is that she has enacted similar roles in the past and no matter how hard she tries, it doesn't work. But, yes, the sequence when Nana meets her for the first time [the cry of anguish] is splendid. Actress Deepti Naval is appropriate. Nakul Vaid gets minimal scope. Romit Raaj [Nana's son] is hardly there. The veteran actress enacting the role of Nana's mother is lovable.
On the whole, Yatra is a poor fare. It has precious little for connoisseurs of art house cinema, but nothing for the masses. The low-key promotion coupled with a mighty opposition [Spider-Man 3] will make Yatra Yatra at the box-office very tough.
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