This is the ultimate MCP movie. You'd have to go a long way before you'd find another film that glorifies the male of the species and excuses all his transgressions so easily.
This is also supposedly a 'multilingual' film, and judging from the presumably small budget, the same actors who have dubbed for Telugu also dubbed for the Hindi version. So if you can actually stop laughing at the accents long enough to watch the movie, I'm sure you would find sufficient titillation, because that's one area where the director hasn't scrimped.
Raja is a guide at the Khajuraho temples, and he's the best one there. He marries his sweetheart Khajura but she's got some major problems with lovemaking. He's obviously one frustrated guy. Enter the voluptuous NRI Rita. She insists on Raja taking her around everyday. She's obviously interested in him and he slowly succumbs to her charms.
Gradually he starts staying away from home, and eventually Khajura learns the truth. Just when you expect THE fight to happen, wonder of wonders, Khajura actually blames herself and totally absolves Raja! She talks to (note: not fights with) Rita, who apologizes saying she had no idea Raja was married. Khajura tells Rita that she had an 'incident' in her childhood, and that's why she hates the act.
Rita makes Khajura take her place that night, and Raja doesn't realize the switch (tell me another!). Anyway, everyone's happy and Rita leaves town - but not before telling both of them that she's pregnant (such profound twists!). The End.
This film could've been shot in any temple city because there's no special significance attached to Khajuraho. And no, you don't get to see any sculptures. The movie has some of the most extensive 'scenes' I've seen, so that is one plus point for the voyeurs. Incidentally, there are also some songs (including a very seductive rain dance)!