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Times of India
Love knows no borders. Well in this case, it surely knows no state borders. And after all, 'true love' is what triumphs over everything else.
When a minister from Bihar decides to marry off his only daughter Tara (Mrunmayee Deshpande) to his party chief's son, she refuses to give consent to the marriage and elopes with her boyfriend Baldev (Sunil Kumar). Tara's college friend, Abhijeet (Umesh Kamat), who secretly loves her, plays the good Samaritan and promises to help them get married. Little do they know of her father Ramlal Yadav's (Abhay Bhargav) political connections. Using his power, he ensures that the couple faces hurdles and is unable to marry in Bihar.
Meanwhile, Abhi comes up with a plan to escape to Pune and get them married there. Again they misjudge Ramlal's reach as he orders encounter-specialist PSI Nimbalkar (Bharat Jadhav) to bring Tara back. What follows is a classic tale of love, escape and friendship which takes a twist when Baldev backs off following a threat to his father's life.
The story is not a new one (and is a little similar to the Hindi film 'Rangrezz') but director Sachin Goswami has made it topical and different by incorporating the Bihari-Maharashtrian tussle issue and a love story of individuals from the two states. Jibes at people of both the states are sure to get the audience's cheers and jeers alike but you might sense a feeling of
during some of the scenes.
Bharat Jadhav seems to have graduated to playing serious roles with much ease and is very convincing in the role of PSI Nimbalkar. Performing equally well is another veteran Arun Nalawade, in the role of Abhi's father. Umesh as a college student does not fit the bill perfectly but gives a mature performance as the lover boy and Mrunmayee's Tara is average but she overacts in specific scenes.
Laced with Hindi and Bhojpuri dialogues, the film is a one-time watch for the love story.