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Times of India
Freedom is what she wants. Total freedom. Family ties are a strict no, no. She shocks a suitor by shedding some of her clothes to tell him away. The man is game but she's not fine with him and boots him out. Swapna's definition of freedom lands her in Sweden and she meets her match there.
Movie Reviews: Just one year of staying abroad is what Swapna (Tanvi Vyas) craves for. Her doting father, played by Suman, allows her to go, much against the wishes of the joint family. In Sweden, Swapna has an encounter with Krish (Rahul Ravindran) who is so money minded that she wishes him off. Krish is the kind of guy who would do anything to earn five euros by running any kind of errand. It takes a long while for her to understand what the guy is up to and why he does what he does. He's not the type who would sacrifice his freedom and do a job that deprives him of his liberty. She so much hates his nature but there's something about him that draws her to him.
When Swapna returns to India for her father's Shashtipoorthi, the family has problems accepting her friend Krish. Swapna's parents almost finalise an alliance for her when the 'would have been' father- -in- law drops a bomb saying that he saw Swapna buy a pregnancy testing kit once on a trip to Sweden. Swapan's family is shaken by the revelation. In a turn of events, Krish literally gets kicked out of Swapna's house.
It's not the end of life for Krish. He starts life afresh - not by getting involved with another girl but finding a family that he can call his own in Vizag. The villain in Swapna comes out when she hands over Rs 50 lakh hard cash to that family so that they can free Krish from their 'stranglehold'. The cash is accepted and it is the beginning of a tale of woes for Krish, a youngster who values family ties.
No fights, no heroism, no double meaning dialogues, and no indecency except for a five-euro challenge that makes Swapna detest Krish's attitude. The movie inculcates and underscores the importance of family ties and values and gets the message across without going overboard by making some character mouth boring dialogues. There's some sentimental stuff but you don't get put off with it. This is a movie for families - to stay together, to stick together and understand the value of relationships. Rahul Ravindran deserves appreciation for portraying his role in just the right manner. It is the kind of movie that doesn't draw the masses into the theatres but is worth a watch.