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Times of India
Satya flies to Dubai to escape from the law and becomes a rich businessman there. Back in India, his nephew Jai living a life of luxury with his uncle's money but for how long will the comfort last?
A young guy and his friend are living comfortably in the former's house and living off his uncle's money. His uncle stays abroad and thinks that his nephew won't get involved into any controversial matters. Things are different with the nephew and his friend and hell breaks loose when the uncle plans to visit his nephew. Now, a quick question for everyone- what does this scenario remind you of? If you guessed Rohit Shetty's All The Best or the Marathi play Pati Sagle Uchapati, you are right. But if you guessed Sata Lota.. you won't be wrong either.
The film follows the same plot as All The Best and Pati Sagle Uchapati with all actors replaced. We have Jai (Adinath Kothare) playing the nephew and Satya (Makrand Anaspure) as the uncle. Jai and his friend Viru (Siddharth Chandekar) get involved in a problem and end up in jail. They also owe a lot of money to many people and are unable to pay the debt because both of them are jobless. When they are about to tell Jai uncle about the goof up, they hear him telling their lawyer that if Jai gets married, his monthly expense requirements will be increased. From there on it's a comedy of errors in the household.
This film is a classic example of how promising actors can be wasted in roles that have absolutely nothing new to offer to them. The only respite are some comic scenes that evoke genuine laughs. Other than that, there is nothing new to offer. Watch it only if you like this genre of comedy and are willing to get a sense of deja vu.