Chances are that you would not be thinking of going to Jollygaa Vundaam Raa to get a social message about marital responsibilities. And the director of this film surely knows this. What then can you attribute to the moral? We put ourselves in the head of a porn film director (the things you have to do for a living...) and thought.
See, there are two ways of making a porn flick - you either show a woman sleeping around and end the film, or you show a woman sleeping around and realizing eventually that it's wrong and end the film. And unless you want to think that you can get past the censors with a blue film, you choose the latter. And so, Jollygaa Vundaam Raa has a story that we are going to narrate and get done with.
Lakshmi is a newly appointed police officer who meets her friend Jennifer after a long time and finds out that her husband is dead. Lakshmi commiserates with her and they go to sleep (separately). The next morning, Lakshmi spots Jennifer with a couple of guys in a very jolly (that word is used about fifty times in the movie) mood and enjoying herself. Lakshmi smells something fishy in the whole affair and re-opens Chaitanya's (Jennifer's husband) files.
She investigates and finds out that Jennifer and her boyfriends had murdered Chaitanya. That was because Chaitanya never used to give proper attention to his wife, resulting in her searching for guys who could take care of her 'needs'. The film ends with a court-case with Lakshmi giving a social message that husbands shouldn't ignore their wives and ignored wives shouldn't compromise their modesty for their desires.
Now for the various interest groups. For the serious filmgoers, the film is unlikely
to feature in the 49th annual Filmfare awards for South-Indian cinema. For the
music lovers, your alarm clock sounds better. For the porn lovers, you'll feel
frustrated enough to want to come for the next release and perpetuate the cycle.
And for fellow critics yet to watch this... hee, hee, hee!