CINE ADVANCE – JUN 28, 1985
Marc Zuber Deepti Naval Gulshan Grover and others – have
done well. However, one’s heart particularly goes to Deepti
for what she goes through just as it goes to Sachin, particularly
in his ‘death’ scene.
SUNDAY OBSERVER, BOMBAY
– JUN 16, 1985
Deepti Naval is very good, her expressive eyes and face convey
the exact mix of fear, helplessness and silent suffering.
Deepti Naval has given yet other competent performances as the
self-effacing, silently suffering Shobha, who finally revolts
and comes out with some home-truths about man-woman relationship.
AFTERNOON, MAY 13,
Deepti who is otherwise a good actress is handicapped by her
role which isn’t worth writing home.