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Times of India
The film traces the journey of a Mumbai-born girl who comes to her native place to fulfill the dream of her parents.
For a film that proclaims to celebrate the profound values of human relationships, Abhiyum Njanum comes across as a chaotic mix of romance, filial affection and family ties. Most of the time, two people, a youth and a girl traverse terrains, totally disconnected to each other, on a bike. Their objectives are strange; the girl has come in search of someone whom her father had wanted her to marry. She hasn't seen him, not even talked to him. But her feelings for that mysterious figure are intense. She chances upon a friend of this mystery man who promises to take her to him.
The journey has to be stretched till a climax and the director has to engage the characters. As expected, one of them dislikes the other only to love later on. Bouts of difference, disagreement are churned out in a mish-mash of sequences which leave probing questions on the acting prowess of the actors.
Archana Kavi plays Abhi, the only daughter of a Mumbai based couple. Lal and Menaka plays the role of her caring, cajoling parents. Somewhere in the narrative are hidden feeble attempts at portraying the warmth of relationships in a society where values are trashed without regrets. However, the film is caught between a dilemma of going for a full-blown, jovial romance and at the same time keeping the date with family values. The result is a drab narrative where the lead actors stutter and stumble along, riding bike, climbing hills, shopping and of course romancing.