After Mini's marriage, Swami bumps off the rails a bit. It's somewhat interesting to see Ganshyam tolerating her sullen, withdrawn behavior, and once she starts to appreciate his extraordinary kindness the film picks up again. But there's only so much petulant moping we need to see, and Mini's interactions with the other female members of her household are grating. As the film's conclusion is inevitable, it could be a bit swifter about getting there. The highlight of the second half is a surprise guest appearance by Dharmendra and Hema Malini as a pair of cheery wedding dancers, whose jaunty song about a young woman running away with her love not only foreshadows the film's climax, but also comes closest to bringing a smile to Mini's face as anything else in the second hour of the film.