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Times of India
When a young guy gets into an argument with a girl while on his visit to Goa, little does he know that the love bug has bitten him.
When a film's backdrop is Goa, one expects vibrant colours, careless tourists and of course a blooming romance. And this love story has all of it and more.
It starts with Neil's (Siddharth) Goa trip with his friends, which starts off with an argument with a local girl named Ananya (Urmila). The young and carefree Neil defends his actions in the argument but soon realizes the trivial reason of the fight and feels guilty. He bumps into Ananya again and asks her to forgive him. She tells him to find a book for her if he wants to be forgiven. After meeting good old Gabby (Vidyadhar) and returning the book to Ananya, Neil goes back to Pune. He can neither concentrate on work nor can he erase Ananya's image from his mind. This brings him to Goa again and what follows is his pursuit of love. Does he succeed in winning Ananya's love?
The premise is a typical romantic one and its pretty predictable as well. Boy meets girl, falls in love, she puts him in the friend zone but he refuses to back down. Where the film scores brownie points is in the suspense behind Ananya's refusal of Neil's proposal. Director Ajay Naik plays with the viewers' mind as he guards the secret with introduction of new characters and sub plots. Vidyadhar's Gabby is a heartbroken man who helps Neil and Vidhyadhar does his part well.
Siddharth's first film as a solo actor brings out the inner child and innocent lover in him. He is lovable and brings cheerfulness to his character. Urmila's expressive eyes do half the work for her portrayal and the rest she does through her acting.
Overall, the film, though predictable, hits the right chords and is sure to be a treat for love-story aficionados.