If you're reading this review, you're in all probability trying to check out
if the movie has anything to offer by way of titillation. No, it hasn't. The
director tries his level best to justify the name of the movie, and he does
it ludicrously in the last frame. If you still want to, read on.
The star cast of the movie consists of little known faces - this is some kind
of a feature of such rated movies, where it becomes very difficult to identify
who the hero is and who the villain is. At least with this movie, the audience
need not ponder over it. Although he is now working in conventional movies,
Harish once was a regular on the soft-porn scene.
This movie is a dubbed version of a Malayalam film. Vishnu (Harish) and Diana
are classmates who are head-over-heels in love with each other. Diana's stepmother
doesn't take to it very well, and to escape her ire, the two elope to a village.
In the disguise of students, they take shelter in the abode of a landlord.
The landlord is impotent, and has more than his share of insecurities. So when
he observes that his wife is showering inordinate attention on Vishnu, he suspects
her of infidelity. From here on, he has only one thing on his mind: Vishnu's
death. This part forms the ridiculously disappointing climax. The director gets
a sudden urge for justifying the title. So, after the landlord murders Vishnu,
he (the landlord, not the director) catches his wife and a local goon in the
act of making love.
So you got the moral of the story? What'd you say, "Haste makes waste"?
Someone was heard muttering that Harish should have at least 'made it' once
with Diana before dying. That's it then. The moral, that is. If you're going
to die, at least 'make it' once.