Story: The story revolves around a 35 year old woman- Simmi, who is strong, beautiful, a famous chorographer and a divorcee with two kids. Her friends and family want her to remarry, but she is very clear that her partner should love her children equally or else she is happy alone. Enters Raj- a handsome model, who likes Simmi and joins her dance academy. He also starts liking her kids, just the way she had imagined and they both fall in love. The drama unfolds, when Raj’s mother rejects her due to social conformity, as in the society it’s difficult for a younger man to marry a divorcee with children. In the meantime, Simmi's ex husband wants her back in his life. Will Simmi go back to her ex husband or will the society accept Raj and Simmi's love? Story treatment: The subject is fresh and it shows the mindset of a woman who is divorced, but unfortunately the simplicity of the story acts like a hitch, making it way too predictable. It lacks twists to make one sit for the entire duration, but manages to entertain in parts. What stands out is the climax, which is treated with a different angle and not attempted to create a mushy flavour, for the heck of a happy ending. Star Cast: Deepshika Nagpal has done a brilliant job and she clearly shows her acting prowess, especially after doing character roles in big budget films. She portrays the struggle of a single mother, though not flawlessly, but effortlessly. Kaishav Arora handles his role well, apart from looking good. Inder Kumar looks far from convincing as a possessive and insecure husband. Delnaz Paul is strictly okay with no scope to perform. Direction: Kudos to Deepshikha for choosing a feminist subject and the treatment meted out to it. It has been handled quite maturely, considering the fact that this is her directorial debut. She falls short of driving the right emotions in the viewer and the moments of grief, portrayed in the flick are not convincing. Since the story revolves around one character, it takes away the chance from the director to make her other actors perform too. Dialogues / Cinematography / Music: Dialogues are easily forgettable and leave no impact, especially in a film which has such an emotional turmoil for a premise. Cinematography is decent. The title track ‘Yeh Dooriya’ does manage to showcase the flavour of the movie. I Wanna Be Your Lover, has been definitely composed, keeping the youth in mind and it sounds good. 'Ringa Ringa Roses' an item number, tries to add to the masala element to the flick, while other songs hardly register. 3 Ups and 3 Downs: People who don’t demand a big star cast and are open to watching a movie in which, the actress steals away all the limelight, can give it a shot. No special appearances or hip-shaking numbers is a bit disappointing, considering the current trend in Bollywood. No promotions and no star value, might hamper the flick at the Box Office.