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Times of India
A youth centric film about youngsters' dependence on the internet, its pros and cons, and the use of social networking sites for promoting drugs and rave parties.
Internet and social networking sites have become synonymous with the enjoyment of youngsters and simultaneously, the worry of parents, according to the film. But what if the same things are put to good use?
Nikhil (Nikhil Vairagar), Yash (Ajinkya Jadhav) are best friends from college for whom the idea of enjoyment is chatting on the internet or spending time on Facebook. In order to win a bet the duo begin hunting for girlfriends but in the process they distance themselves from another best friend Arya (Shashwati Pimplikar), who is against their idea of 'timepass'. Their parents are fed up of their behaviour and have no choice but to deal with it. Things go out of hand when Yash and Nikhil get caught in a police raid at a rave party. But all this is a part of a bigger plan.
While the subject is universal, the narrative itself is very patchy and gets repetitive after sometime. Predictable dialogues and average acting further adds to the woes by making the film one lengthy lecture on morals and good behaviour. While Nikhil Vairagar and Ravi Mahajan (Nikhil's father) provide some comic relief it is Prasad Oak's portrayal of ACP Samar Desai that is the saving grace of the film in the acting department. A seasoned actor like Vandana Waknis (Arya's mother) was wasted on a small role rather than a better one.
Sudden shifts in the narrative leave you wondering where all of this is leading to and while the topic chosen is a good one, the treatment given to the film could have been much better.