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Times of India
The story revolves around how a corrupt cop goes on an introspective mode to find out the chain of events that determined unhappiness in life - including fissures in marital relationship and professional rigors. Nirmit Vaishnav, who plays the cop Arjun Chaturvedi finds his life turn upside down. After being framed by minister Vijendra, played by veteran actor Raju Barot, the cop finds nowhere but to look deep within to find out ways to combat deathly moves against him. The story of an emotional wreck, who also fails to lead a happy married life, Arjun goes on in search of things that shaped his past, present and are going to shape his future also.
Known for his documentaries, Dhaval Patel's first big screen offering presents lots of interesting aspects prevalent in the society. The film not only touches upon issues of corruption, power politics, et al but also highlights the problems that usually arise in a married couple's lives.
Veteran Raju Barot is predictable with his performance, a bit OTT as the power monger. Nirmit Vaishnav did give justice to his character as a conniving cop. Kshitisha Soni, who made her Gujarati movie debut with the film, did a commendable job. The model-turned actress simply came across a stunner with her solid performance and wonderful Gujarati diction.
The only confusing bit about the movie is that towards the end, one just keeps on looking for whether the hero found what he has been searching for. The song Ek Vaat Emaj makes it a must watch for the simplicity and sheer melody.