Saru (Mawra Hocane) is a ordinary looking girl, who just can’t find herself a guy. Her parents try to find a good educated groom for her but their efforts go in vain. If Saru doesn’t get married, her sister can’t either. So Saru decides to get a makeover, so that she can solve her younger sister’s marriage problem. Saru seeks help from Inder (Harshvardhan Rane), who is a criminal of sorts and no father would want a guy like him for his daughter. Inder and Saru stay in the same building but things go haywire when the Saru’s father finds out about their meeting. Saru is disowned by her family and forced to live on her own. Inder helps her with everything including getting a makeover. What else Saru tries to get back respect which she lost from her father’s eyes and how Saru and Inder ends up is the plot of the movie.
The story writer must be a sad sole or he must have seen these incidences around him and he just put them on a plot. But you can feel the pain of story throughout movie. Performances are very good especially the acting part. Music is good to hear starting “khinch meri photo” and the title track. Himesh Reshmia has give his heart out once more. If director was wishing to make people fall in to love before valentine or sending message of true love then he has achieved his goal.
The movie has too much pain and whenever the movie becomes lighter the tragedy moments breaks the environment. The movie is bit longer and slow paced. But in the end you might find some good messages and the path to look for true love.