The hero is Mr Goody two shoes, all perfect and principled having arrived from a small village. The heroine is a rich man’s only ward. The hero saves the inebriated heroine from a bunch of goons who are molesting her. And you would think you are in a 1960 matinee! That is Muskurake Dekh Zara for you.
Since his saving act, Gashmeer Mahajani falls in love with Twinkle Patel but never gathers enough courage to tell her the magic words till it is too late and her engagement is announced. While most of the footage is spent in, making the hero larger than life, rest of the footage goes into creating coincidences where the girl inevitably happens to arrive wherever the boy is! The suitor the girl has chosen is, as per the norms of a love story, is a no good boy with an eye only on her money.
Gashmeer Mahajan, making his debut, has good presence and performs satisfactorily. Twinkle Patel, also a first timer, is not heroine material. Hiten Paintal, Sunil Sabarwal, Tiku Talsania, Mukesh Bhatt and Sudesh Lehri give fair support. Musical score is passable. Locations chosen are very good and well captured. Dialogue is good in most parts. Direction is passable. Lacking face value, Muskurake Dekh Zara will be an also ran.