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Times of India
There is always a hidden trail that leads back to the corrupt activities one has done. What if one fine day all these activities flash in front of your eyes and the secret life of your husband is not so secret anymore?
Working at a big company and earning as much money as possible is the aim of Aniket's (Subodh Bhave) life. And he is ready to go to any extent to make it happen. His wife Mugdha (Mrinal Kulkarni) though, is fed up of the corrupt means he resorts to, to get his work done. On a rainy day, Aniket gets a double surprise as he is appointed the project manager for a huge project that his company is working on and he gets the news that his wife is pregnant.
Aniket reaches home to surprise Mugdha but is shocked to know that she knows of a childhood incident which no one other than him knows. The same happens a few more times and Aniket is clueless of how Mugdha knows his dirty secrets. Other things unfold gradually but have these really happened or are they a figment of her imagination?
The film has been crafted brilliantly by making use of the story, direction, sound and cinematography. It is fast-paced and director Rajendra Talak does a good job in keeping the suspense quotient high. Resul Pookutty proves that he is the master of sound and Sanjay Jadhav does a great job with the cinematography to give the desired thriller feeling to the film.
Subodh performs well as the hassled and confused husband but it is Mrinal's portrayal of the troubled wife that deserves kudos. Many familiar faces like Ajinkya Deo, Neha Pendse, Manoj Joshi and Harsh Chhaya make appearances onscreen and their performances remain with you despite the short length of their roles.
Although the build up to the climax is well developed, the pace gets affected at a few places. But a gripping story combined with all other well-executed elements of cinema makes the film a worth watch.