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Times of India
The film, which revolves around a lovable yet stern businessman Hasmukh (Tiku Talsania) and his quest to get his two sons Dushyant (Amar Upadhyaya) and Himanshu (Aditya Kapadia) married as per his wife’s last wish, sure sounds like old wine in a new bottle. However, it was quite a refreshing change to see actors pull off the characters quite convincingly. So, while the sons are plotting against their father and his idea of getting them married, the father has already put in motion a plan which brings not just new twists and turns, but at the same time makes sure that he’s always two steps ahead. Director Rrahul Mevawala has put up a good show, making sure that the film does not lose grip and keeps the audience engaged at the same time, for quite some time. Tiku Talsania as the stern yet lovable father fits the role like a glove. Amar Upadhyay not only looks pleasant on the screen, but makes quite an impact with his character and doesn’t seem out of place even for a minute. Aditya Kapadia’s comic timing is good. Tanvi Thakkar as Aditya’s love interest and Monal as Amar’s love interest do full justice to their roles. However, it is Manisha Kanojia who steals the show with her pretty looks, great comic timing and her portrayal of Tiku’s lover. This is Manisha’s debut Dhollywood movie and she has just nailed her role. While one has seen her in many avatars on small screen and in soap operas, the actress sure leaves a distinct mark at the end. The music fits quite well in the movie and doesn’t hurt your ears. Shaan’s voice takes certain songs a few notches up. The foot-tapping numbers can be certainly heard in remixed avatar this Navratri. While the movie feels a little too stretched, the thought-out editing mostly takes care of that. Being a comedy, this family entertainer can be a fun one time watch.