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Times of India
A prosperous family based in Saurashtra suddenly finds itself reeling under difficult times. Sathiyo Chalyo Khodaldham begins with a promising note, even producer Mihir Patel and director Samir Jagot tried to include CG in one sequence wherein the father Karshanbhai played by Mukesh Rawal narrates the story of Khodiyar Maa, the family's revered deity.
However, the plot loses its steam due to editing hiccups and too many jump cuts. Leena Jumani's role of the modern bhabhi is completely overshadowed by the perky Apoorva Arora, who from the first frame till the last simply sizzles with her commendable performance. Apoorva's garba moves are not as impressive as one expects, though. The film's songs fail to register much owing to not so impressive choreography. Ujjwal Rana is good as an onscreen mota bhai in his Dhollywood debut.
The film, which manages to hold the viewer's attention till the first half becomes too teary eyed in the middle. Predictive end, but with a message of how the girl of the family can make miracles happen.
The film is watchable because of Apoorva's convincing performance.