This is a fairly enjoyable romantic comedy with a lot of emotional melodrama thrown in. Ladoo (Vivaan Shah) is an ambitious boy of a cycle shop owner (Darshan Jariwalla) and mother ( Navnee Parihar) who thinks of becoming a Tata, Birla, or Ambani and comes to his uncles Kabir’s (Sanjay Mishra) coffee shop in the city and bumps into a corporate whiz girl Laali (Akshara Haasan) and they both fall in love and Laali gets conned when Ladoo tells her that his father is a multi-millionaire  businessman but his lie gets caught when Laali fed up of her cad boss leaves her job and demands a loan of fifty lakhs from Ladoo and even calls up his father and then  discovers the truth. But by then they have done the inevitable and Lali in True Juno  and Mere Sangg style is pregnant but they both now work for a dashing businessman (Ravi Kishen) who has a roving eye and Laali wants to leave her job and asks Ladoo to do so too but he is an ambitious guy and advises Laali to abort the baby which breaks her heart and she seeks refuge in Ladoos parents house and they take her in as their daughter after their son insults them and they now want Laali to marry a prince (Gurmeet Chaudhary) whose Rajmata(Suhasini Mulay)  has a pandit who has predicted good things for the prince if he marries a pregnant girl and everything is set for their marriage but Ladoo is still in love with Lalli and he seeks the help of Laali’s parents (Saurabh Shukla and Kishori Shahane) and they finally meet their match with a mediator (Kavita Verma) thrown in. The film is entertaining in parts and some parts tend to drag. Vivaan is good and has improved a lot. Akshara Haasan looks beautiful and acts well. The veteran actors like Darshan Jariwala, Saurabh Shukla, Nanvni Parihar, Sanjay Mishra, Kishori Shahane Vij, Ravi Kisen, Ehsaan Khan, Suhasini Mulay, Muneesh Sappel, lend good support to the film. Kavita Verma is a talented actress and has good prospects. Gurmeet Chaudhary has all the makings of a good hero and he should get many good films after his performance in this film. Director Manish Harishankar is aided by the razzle-dazzle colorful frames cinematography of Ravi Yadav and the slick editing of Steven Bernard and the peppy music.  The film is good family entertainment.

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