From Sydney with Love is a Hindi movie directed by Prateek Chakravorty. It was a dream come true for Meghaa Banerjee, a small town girl in West Bengal, India when she earned a scholarship from the prestigious University of New South Wales in Australia to pursue her Masters degree in Economics with inevitable butterflies in her stomach. She embarks upon her maiden expedition to Sydney leaving her protective shell and family behind. Wikipedia
From Sydney with Love Reviews
Overall, ‘From Sydney with Love’ is meant for the takers of simple and idealistic romance. The makers don’t fancy to develop a new love theorem and remains within the comfort zone. Though unnecessary melodrama hampers the pace of the film, still it appeals due to the efforts put in by the newcomers.
With a running time of two hours and eighteen minutes, this one is best avoided. Do gift the DVD to friends whom you never want to meet again. Hopefully they'll get the hint .
Hard to digest -- even with those great Aussie shots, gaana shaana, typical Indianisms, a couple of not-so-bad jokes -- considering the cast is all young. Sure we can do better next time.
On the whole, FROM SYDNEY WITH LOVE is an amateurish attempt.
When the whole saga ends, you feel sorry not only for the people who acted in this project and the people who were in the creative team, but also for the few who will saunter into multiplexes to watch this film.