While Trisha has proved herself as a bankable star in Kollywood and Tollywood, this film will open doors for another run in Malayalam industry. There are scenes when you will reach out for some tissues but they’re also peppered with laughs to make it well-balanced, poetic, coupled with a strong message. While the editing and cinematography are as pleasant as Goa’s picturesque locales, the screenplay of the film looked a tad stretched. Also, the film is more like Taare Zameen Par, where Sebastian’s role is very similar to Aamir’s, and Dominic’s to that of Vipin Sharma’s (the one who plays Ishaan’s father in TZP). But this film has its own charm, and makes us appreciate life no matter how complicated it may get, much like how the film’s charming lead pair.