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Times of India
The film is a perfect example of a good concept gone wrong; partly due to the technique but mostly due to the lack of awareness about the concept.
'Lost & Found' is a story of people battling loneliness in life. The title makes effective use of word-play. It revolves around four major characters, Manas (Chandekar), Naina (Joshi), Kaka (Agashe) and Maruti (Desai), who have overcome loneliness and want to share the joy of being together, with others as well. In the process, they unite to start an Anti-loneliness Program (ALP) wherein they spend a day with lonely people and cheer them up. While doing so, the film also unfolds the individuals' respective stories.
Anti-loneliness groups are popular abroad but in a country like ours, it is still pretty much an unexplored concept. So, for the makers of the film to take on this subject is a big risk and kudos to them for that. But in terms of execution, the film suffers. More than putting focus on the topic at hand, it stresses on the romantic undertones of the lead characters.
In the acting department, 'Lost & Found' has known faces but there's not much for them to do throughout. Siddharth and Spruha look good onscreen while Agashe and Desai shine in some scenes.
This is a film that falls in the not-very-good and not-very-bad category. You can give it a try.