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Times of India
Vikas is a young, carefree unemployed youth, who lives life by the day. He receives a proposal for marriage from a rich household and is happy his life would be 'settled'. Meanwhile, his path crosses with a young reporter Nayana, which proves to be more than just fateful.
This film proves to be just another romcom with a lot of cliches. Jalsa begins on a shaky note with a rather badly choreographed fight, but it soon redeems itself with the narrative picking pace and generating curiosity. Unfortunately, the film then gives in to many stereotypes of the romcom and gets rather predictable thereafter. Nonetheless, it does manage to become a one-time watch as the story doesn't get too loud or OTT.
Newbie Niranjan shows promise as the lead, with a commendable performance for a first film. Akanksha had a decent role, but fails to rise to the occasion at crucial times. Sadhu Kokila and Bullet Prakash are reduced to caricatures and end up just playing to the gallery.
One can opt to watch this film if they like masala-laden romcoms — which cater more to the frontbenchers.