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Times of India
The young man has lost his leg in a bomb blast and subsequently his lover too. However, love knew no bounds when he met a woman of his dreams. Once dejected, he is too shy to reveal his heart now.
Akash (Vijay Shetty) develops a liking for the bold Bhoomika (Apoorva Rai), who runs an orphanage and comes to stay in his homestay for 100 days. Memories of a bitter rejection haunt him even as his heart beats for the pretty woman. Once a girl had rejected him after she found him physically challenged. He neither reveals the fact that he had lost his leg when he was in the Army nor his liking for Bhoomika for many days. The twist comes in the second half. After a fight with a villain (Vatara Manju), Akash opens up. This puts Bhoomika in dilemma whether to accept him as her life partner or not.
Director Lakki's attempt to mix romance and emotional drama with a social message falls flat due to poor script. The movie drags in the latter part of the second half.
Vijay Shetty is impressive. Apoorva Rai brings a lot of charm to the screen. Overacting Vatara Manju is a killjoy. Music by Daniel and camera work by Wesley Brown are okay.