Story: Set in Goa, Love, Wrinkle-Free revolves around Savio (Ash Chandler), a Senior Area Sales Manager, who works in an innerwear company. Savio’s mundane life is thrown out of gear with the unplanned pregnancy of his 46 year old wife Annie (Shernaz Patel). What compounds to the misery is how their adopted teenage daughter Ruth (Arika Silaichia), reacts to this pregnancy, and Savio's chance meeting with a sensual travelling photographer Natalie, who wants him to do something unique for her. Story Treatment: Love, Wrinkle-Free begins on a promising note, though no big stars are involved with the film. But, soon, the plot loses threads as the narrator deviates from the point of the title, which was meant to concentrate on love which knows no bound. It no longer lives up to the title as the complexities in terms of misunderstandings seep in, which are a common thing between a married couple, thus, novelty loses essence. Star Cast: Ash Chandler, the pioneer of standup comedy in India, is a fantabulous actor too. He switches lanes between being a fun-loving yet timid guy. Shernaz Patel at her natural best delivers an ‘A’ class performance. Ditto for Seema Rahmani and Ashwin Mushran, who get nicely into the skin of their individual characters. Sohrab Ardeshir and Theron C. as gangster and a con-businessman play their respective parts well. Arika Silaichia and Dasang Tensing look cute together and act well. Direction: Direction gets a setback because of the very poorly-knitted screenplay. Sandeep Mohan, the director though manages to fill some light-hearted moments with witty dialogues in the film. He has the ability to take the maximum out of his characters, which is very rare to be seen in a first time director. Like, it is a sheer treat to Ash Chandler, who tickles your funny bone with some amazing facial expressions and Shernaz living up to the sensibilities of the character. Music/ Dialogues/ Cinematography/Editing: Music is a surprise as it is lovable, especially the Momo song which is cute. Dialogues are impressive with witty tone. Cinematography is strictly okay. Editing fails to ring a bell as it fails to help the overtly dragged screenplay. Ups and downs: Power-packed performances, a good concept, direction, dialogues and music are the strengths of the film. Screenplay, editing and cinematography fail to create an impact. Overall, Love, Wrinkle-Free fails to stick to the point and goes off-track. Strictly a one-time watch though.