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Times of India
: When each one's definition of love and means of getting it are different, is the journey of romance ever complete and fulfilling?
Anand (Sandeep Kulkarni) is a career driven guy, who will not let anything come in the way of his corporate success. Not even love. Till of course, he meets Saniya (Pallavi Subhash) in Goa, where he's posted for work. Saniya's much like him - not hung up on marriage and lives in the moment. And it's in this moment that they have one a night stand.
Anand's boss has a pretty daughter Malvika (Shruti Marathe) who's madly in love in Anand and wants to get married to him at any cost. Just when Malavika thinks she has it all figured out, Saniya breaks the news of her pregnancy to Anand. While she puts no conditions and is ready to be a single mom, Anand decides that marriage is not a bad idea as he's begun to like Saniya.
But, a spurned Malvika wants revenge. And she thinks she's got it by marrying Anand's friend Sujit (Lokesh Gupte), who anyway has a soft corner for her, but unfortunately for her, it's got no impact on Anand, who is enjoying marital bliss with his wife. Not giving up, she ropes her dad in and they together make a plan to lure Anand. Will they succeed? Will Anand sacrifice his love for Saniya? What happens to Sujit? Premsutra answers these.
: However, the question that plays on your mind is - where is the love? While individually the lead pair is good, together they share no chemistry. There are no moments of love or tenderness or boldness that will make you feel any emotion for the characters. The rise in the corporate world is shown to be too simplistic - based on a daughter's romantic whim.
So, while the subject of this film had promise, the characters weren't fleshed out neatly and dialogues lacked depth. But, yes Pallavi Subhash is easy on the eye and well, for Sandeep Kulkarni this role must have been a breeze!