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Times of India
Fodi Laishu Yaar was supposed to release at a time when three friends in a college and the masti and romance formula was the flavor for all Gujarati films. But the delay in the release clearly makes this film a little out of context, as Gujarati films have surely moved away from that formula and reached a different level in the last few months. And so, the film surely looks weak, with a lack of a proper storyline and a plot that will keep you interested.
Although Fodi Laishu Yaar does try to strike a connect with students, with all four lead characters being engineering students, the film feels more like a document of a semester than a film itself.
The film, despite its flaws, manages to garner few laughs here and there, especially with the four friends having some fun time in their college. The friends of the lead character get more screen time than the hero and the heroine themselves, and the story hardly moves ahead in the first half.
While the second half does pick up the pace, it has its own drawbacks as well. At a time when the regional films are trying to create content that is relatable and mature, it would do well if the films do away with trivial portrayal of gay characters just for the sake of comic relief. It would be much better if there was more sincerity regarding such portrayals.
Overall, Fodi Laishu Yaar is a kind of film you might want to watch at home with your friends, but surely not a money churner. It would be far more enjoyable if the story moved faster and the plot was tighter.