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Times of India
O! Taareee is about a group of friends, who, for love, friendship and wooing the most beautiful girl in the college, tumble into a politically driven plot where a sudden murder brings them face to face with each other and a reality that shakes them to their core.
A thriller that deals with a murder mystery is not the easiest to handle, as even the smallest of loose ends make an impact on the overall movie watching experience. And even though the film has a few loose ends while solving the murder mystery, director Tapan Vyas does a good job in holding the viewer's attention, especially in the second half, which is when the real action starts. The first half of the film is slow and lets go of a good 40 minutes of the film that could have been used more interestingly.
It’s the second half when the movie really begins. And it looks like a different film altogether. Jayesh More, who plays the quintessential cop, is spot on from the very first time he enters the screen. And he shows how a good actor can transform a scene. But what strikes you the most are the chase scenes in the film, with Revanta Sarabhai and Jayesh More engaging in daredevil chases on the rooftops of shabby houses in the old city of Ahmedabad. The sheer brilliance of these chase scenes is worth watching this movie for.
Revanta, easily one of the fittest actors in Gujarati films, shows how hard work and dedication to one’s craft pays off. He is on the verge of becoming the most sought after actor in the coming years. The rest of the cast including Janki Bodiwala, Pratik Rathod, Ridhi Jain and Dhaivat Mehta do a good supporting act. Their masti in college bring occasional smile on your face and overall, they manage to hold the plot together.
The only romantic song, Gulabi, shot in parts of Diu, is a well shot romantic number between Revanta and Janki. And it has surely been done well. The cinematography and the chemistry between the two is worth a watch. Overall, the film is worth watching once. The efforts made by the entire team of the film is commendable, especially the action coordinator for giving the Gujarati film industry a standard to match up to with those chase scenes. And O! Taareee is also sure to make thrillers more popular in Dhollywood.