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Times of India
: A newly married couple's applecart is upset when friends from their college days turn up, which forces the couple to look at their relationship anew.
: A very today film, which youngsters will identify with, is what director Sameer Vidwans has directed and pretty well too. Based on his hit play Nava Gadi Nava Rajya, 'Time Please' has the same lead stars - Umesh Kamat and Priya Bapat playing Rishi and Amrita - the newly wed couple, whose love nest if full of sweet and sour moments.
However, the sweetness goes out of their marriage first, when Amrita's childhood buddy Himmat (Siddharth Jadhav) comes to stay with them with for a few days and the second time, when Rishi's reconnects with his ex-girlfriend Radhika (Sai Tamhankar) at his work place.
In this day and age youngsters have a lot of good friends of the opposite sex, who remain buddies even after marriage. Misunderstandings crop up when these very buddies are seen as a threat to a marriage and this has been portrayed well by the director. Watch the scene where a simple comment on a Facebook picture can lead to a big fight or the scene where Rishi returns drunk after an office party and his ramblings cause a wedge in their relation. These and many such scenes will connect with youngsters, who actually live these lives of friendships that dangerously border on love.
While the simplicity of the plot is a huge plus, the acting by all the stars is spot on. Looking stunning is Priya Bapat. She brings about the contrast in her character well; playing loud and immature initially to mature and grim later. When she has to crack emotionally she does so with sadness that reflects in her eyes. Umesh as the stoic and organised husband pulls off his part with elan, as does Sai who plays confused and charming with equal dexterity. However, it's Siddharth Jadhav's 'butterfly man' act that's a surprise. While the song rocks, and his presence provides comic relief, his role has romantic shades and Siddharth does well to portray them, well, endearingly comically!