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Times of India
A young artist is not clear about what to do in life until he falls in love and suddenly everything changes
While love knows no boundaries, sometimes craziness doesn't too. And this film has both the elements combined. So on one side you have a free-spirited artist who is takes on whatever work comes his way and on the other there is a soon to be married girl who he falls in love with.
Indraneil aka Neil (Gaurav Ghatnekar) is a happy-go-lucky guy who creates masterpieces on walls along with his friends Goli (Sanket More) and Vishnu. When his elder sister's friend Aditi (Shruti Marathe) comes to Mumbai for some work, Neil takes her around the city, clicks her photos, talks at lengths with her and ends up falling in love. Though Aditi leaves back for her home in Goa, the love-struck Neil becomes restless and when he is about to tell his sister about his love, she drops a bomb and tells him that Aditi is going to get engaged to another guy soon. This puts Neil in a dilemma but he decides to go to Goa and express his feelings to Aditi rather than suppressing them and regretting his whole life. Aditi rejects his proposal but remains a friend and takes him around Goa. It is then that love blosooms in her mind as well. But will the love story succeed or will Aditi's brother ruin the show?
Fresh faces are an advantage of this film. Gaurav is perfect as the crazy loveboy for whom enjoying life is everything. Shruti emotes well and even though it is mentioned that she is five years older to him, she is a misfit in the role of Gaurav's love interest. The bromance between Neil, Goli and Vishnu, and their chats over tea provide the much needed light moments.
The concept reminds you somewhat of 'Wake Up! Sid' initially, but takes a different turn as it unfolds. The cinematography and music deserve a special mention as they help you sail through the otherwise average film. A one time watch for the romantics out there.
The concept reminds you somewhat of 'Wake Up! Sid' initially, but takes a different turn as it unfolds. The cinematography and music deserve a special mention as they help yiou sail through the otherwise average film. A one time watch for the romantics out there.