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Times of India
A teenage love story based in the early 2000s.
The Marathi industry doesn't seem to get tired of making teenage love stories it seems. Only this time, the story is based in an era when slambooks and phone-calls from payphones brought lovers close.
Protagonists Hriday (Rangnekar) and Aparna (Shrotri) are neighbours and Cupid strikes Hriday the moment he sees Aparna. What starts with Hriday following Aparna and going out of the way to help her, gradually blossoms into love for both. But, like any other love story, there are so many obstacles to overcome including other guys who are trying to woo Aparna. But Hriday has an advantage; his grandfather (Prabhavalkar) who turns love guru for him. Will grandpa's advice help Hriday in getting the girl he loves?
Apart from making you feel nostalgic about the initial years of the new millennium, the film has nothing new to offer. Things to watch out for are Badrike and Prabhavalkar's performances and a few scenes here and there. Rangnekar's acting looks natural but Shrotri's forced.
The calls from coin-boxes and the male protagonist's struggle to get his slambook filled up from his love is sure to strike a chord with people who've grown up during the time that the film is based in. Love story buffs can fancy a watch. Others, not so much.