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Times of India
An unusual love story with ample doses of action and suspense that keeps the viewers engrossed.
If you are planning to watch 'Urfi', don't go with any preconceived notions, especially if you have watched the trailer. On the outside, the film might look like Prathamesh Parab's earlier outing 'Timepass' and to some extent, it is.
Urfi has Prathamesh playing Deva, the affable hooligan who wears his heart on the sleeve, much like 'Timepass'. Deva has a gang of jobless friends whose sole aim is to help him win the heart of their 'vahini' Amruta (Mitali), much like Timepass. It also has Deva suffering heartbreak, again, like Timepass. The similarity ends there though. The first half is all about Deva's antics as he tries to woo Amruta and create a good impression on her parents' minds. The story and situationscrack you up and bang comes the twist in the tale. Does Deva end up with Amruta or does something bad happen to their relationship?
Mitali's is a fresh face that brightens up the screen and the girl, who was seen in the Shah Rukh Khan starrer 'Billu', shows some spark in her acting acumen too. Sadly, her role demands more smiles and shyness than acting. The supporting cast including Deva's gang members and Upendra Limaye as the tough cop are good too.
Frankly speaking, the real film starts in the second half with Prathamesh's turn from Roadside Romeo to the man with a plan. Prathamesh shows that he can carry a film on his shoulders with a balanced performance that has his usual antics as well as some sensitive stuff.
There are inexplicable flaws in the narrative which can only be accepted if, to use a cliched phrase, you leave your brains at home. At its heart, 'Urfi' is a romantic film but it's different from the usual fare.