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Times of India
It is a story of a boy and a girl who have been connected since birth but have never met each other until college.
The obsession with love stories among filmmaker continues with this film although, unlike some of the earlier love stories that actually made sense, Tujhya Vin Mar Javaan (TVMJ) falls flat since the word go.
Basically, the story starts with a baby boy being born at a hospital where the attending doctor, a yet childless woman, showers her love and blessings on the newborn and also clicks a photo with him. Two years later on the same date, the doctor delivers a baby girl. Now, here's the thing; the boy Aniket and the girl Nisha have some kind of a telepathic communication going on where when one does something, the other does the same. So, if Nisha cries Aniket feels sad, if Aniket is happy, so is Nisha. All this when they haven't even seen each other ever. In a sub plot, Nisha's father Daljit, a Punjabi businessman in Maharashtra, loses his cool when his Maharashtrian business partner Kulkarni loses all their money post investing in the share market. Daljit vows to never trust a Maharashtrian guy again and goes back to Punjab. But as luck would have it, Nisha comes to Maharashtra and meets Aniket in college. The two fall in love but will Nisha's family accept the relation?
If by the time you have read till here and are confused, we don't blame you. The plot is confusing, with seemingly illogical explanations. In terms of story and acting too there is nothing excellent and good actors like Atul Parchure and Pratiksha Lonkar have been wasted in stereotypical roles.
The film might interest mushy romance buffs but others, stay away from it.
The plot is confusing, with seemingly illogical explanations. In terms of story and acting too there is nothing excellent and good actors like Atul Parchure and Pratiksha Lonkar have been wasted in stereotypical roles.