The film has a decent premise. It starts off as a story about people who are destined to meet. However, in no time, the tale of eternal love and serendipity turns into a soppy love triangle, hints reincarnation, gives references to Adam and Eve and basically loses the plot.
If an overdose of poor acting, silly dialogues (‘Meri shaanti hamesha ke liye shaant ho gayi’), pointless songs, forced incidents and badly choreographed stunts were not enough, you are forced to see Sanjay Kapoor do the tandav wearing fig leaves (posing as Adam)! He has his secret motives. You give up trying to make sense of the proceedings by then.
The first half drags to death, while the second lacks purpose and defies logic. For instance, which hospital calls its surgical room ‘major operation theatre’? Why would a doctor say, ‘good good’ to a patient’s relative after he promises the doc he would arrange money for an operation.
Unfortunately, the film’s highlight is its awful animation. These scenes can give Jaani Dushman a run for its money.
Barring Ravindra Jain’s soulful music and Jackie Shroff’s presence, everything else fails.
Obsessed with a woman he has never seen, an artist paints a picture of her in his head and puts it on canvas, believing she exists. Does she?
The Times of India