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Times of India
Two spoilt brats, Aishwarya and Vaibhav, live off their father's money and are always finding ways to put him into trouble.
Aishwarya (Hemant Dhome) and Vaibhav (Jitendra Joshi) are aimless and jobless people whose only desire in life is to have fun using their' dad Dhananjay Dhanawde's (Ashok Saraf) earnings. Dhananjay, who is already fed up of them, gets even angrier when both of them sell of his car. They tell the buyer that they want money to treat their father who is suffering from 'Ghajinia' (memory loss).
Vaibhav and Aishwarya meet Priya (Manasi Naik) and Preeti (Neha Pendse) and fall in love with them. But being the trouble makers they are, it doesn't take much time for them to land in a soup. They go along with Dhananjay to meet Preeti and Priya's mother Sadhana (Kanchan Adhikari) to talk about marriage. Turns out, Sadhana and Dhananjay have a history and both of them want to get married since their respective better halves are no more. While the girls support the idea, the boys are against it and they got out of their way to prevent the marriage from taking place. This includes bringing in Madhu (Varsha Usgaonkar) to pose as their mother. After a lot of confusion and repetitive one-liners the truth comes out.
This film falls in the 90s genre of Marathi comedies. There are pathetic jokes out of which only a handful evoke laughter. Hemant and Jitendra get their dumb act right but Manasi and Neha overact. Ashok is average and Kanchan is uncomfortable in her character. The most confident of the lot, Varsha, sadly has a very small role but she makes the most of it. Others like Anand Jog and Sanjay Khapre have minimal screen time.
There is so much confusion that you get bored of it after a point. Risk watching this one if you are a fan of the Ashok Saraf-Laxmikant Saraf type of comedies.