The lesser one talks about this, the better. The absurdity of the plot and the
shabby presentation make this an affair to be forgotten. No matter how good the
intention, subjects that have moral repercussions that affect the very foundation
of society should not be left in the hands of ignorant amateurs. This 'film' makes
an awkward and embarrassing effort to discuss sex, physical maturity and social
taboos relating to it.
The story kicks off at a university where the principal is having a discussion
with his staff about introducing sex education as a part of the curriculum. This
leads to a heated debate between two professors - one is for it and the other
against it. The former believes that it will open a Pandora's box and pollute
the morals of society, while the latter believes that India desperately needs
From here on the movie explains the good and the bad aspects of sex. Everything
from homosexuality, menstrual cycles and impotency to pre-marital sex is discussed.
The problem with this film is that it explains it in a crude way that is bound
to confuse rather than give the viewer sensible information. Avoid this at any