This film is reminiscent of classics like It Happened One Night, Chori Chori and Dil Hai Ke Manta Nahin and Before Sunrise. Jay (Lalit Prabhakar) belongs to a well to do business family who has a wanderlust and penchant for travel and has already visited twenty one countries and wants more but his parents (Vidyadhar Joshi and Savita Prabhune) are after him to marry his family friend and childhood love (Kadambari Kadam Desai) but he is undecided and runs off on a trip and meets another on the run girl Rajashree (Neha Mahajan) who belongs to a middle class family and her parents (Satish Pulekar and Seema Gokhale) too want Rajshree to marry a neighborhood boy (Sagar Karande) who is head over heels in love with Rajashree but then destiny calls and Jay and Rajashree meet and after many tiffs they fall in love but are undecided about marriage but a kind cop in Goa ( Bharat Ganeshpure) thinks they are a runaway couple and arranges their marriage much to their consternation and the chagrin of their parents but finally both the families agree to their marriage but Jay is still undecided and in the climax they both get married and live happily ever after. Lalit Prabhakar is impressive and shows rare talent. Neha Mahajan has a bright future ahead. Vidyadhar Joshi, Savita Prabhune, Seema Deshmukh, Satish Pulekar, Sriram Pendse, Kadambari Kadam Desai, Pushkaraj Chirputkar, child star Pushkar Lonarkar, Sagar Karande, Sharvari Lohkare, Bharat Ganeshpure, lend good support. The music is peppy and zingy and melodiously romantic. The DOP has lensed the Goa outdoors very well and the marriage sequences look attractive on screen. The editing is fluid. The director has done a good job. Overall a good family film.


At the box-office

The film has opened well and should do well.

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