You may change your location and check showtimes in a nearby city.
Trivia / Goofs
Summary / Analysis
Times of India
A story with a twist revolving around a simple guy who meets a girl and falls in love instantly.
It's a year of love stories as we said earlier and this is another addition to the list of romantic films. The initial buzz around the film had given an impression of it being a love triangle thereby keeping the suspense alive. The suspense is the prime factor responsible for the surprise that the twist in the tale presents.
After meeting Antara (Neha), Aditya (Adinath) falls head over heels for her. Moments later the scene shifts to Aditya and Antara's happy marriage and soon later to the bedroom. Hold on to your excitement as nothing happens there. The bride sleeps off and vanishes the next day. Police investigations reveal a startling fact about Antara, her uncle (Vijay Patkar) and aunt (Resham). Antara is not in fact the well-behaved girl but a con-artist.
Did we hear 'DDLJ'? We just might have as the film bears some resemblance to the evergreen Shah Rukh-Kajol-Parmeet Sethi story with Jitendra Joshi playing a role somewhat similar to Parmeet's. Story-wise there is nothing new apart from the sudden turn of events and its starts getting tedious for a while. It is here that Jitendra enters in his menacing role of Samrat Kolte-Patil with grey shades. He did well in a negative role in 'Duniyadari' and does the same in this one, a kind of precursor to his upcoming negative role in 'Baji'. Adinath repeats his Ishq Wala Love lover boy performance and Neha looks ravishing after having lost those extra kilos.
Packed with quirky one-liners and funny situations, the film does evoke guffaws and can be fun to watch once.