This movie has obviously been made by an amateur. The writer/producer/director Yogendra Konkar sits behind the camera to make a movie, but ends up creating something that is a cross between a home video and a badly made Hyderabadi play, with an excessive element of crudeness in it. The jokes are rather lewd, and though some of them do make you laugh, a whole movie made of such jokes, rendered in a repulsive manner, is enough to get on anyone's nerves.
The cast has obvious first-timers and, without a coherent storyline to back them, they are all at sea. They scream out their dialogues in an attempt to be heard and to drown the voices of their co-actors. The worst part is that some scenes drag on for as long as 15 to 29 minutes with double entendres being bandied back and forth.
The story is thin as a wafer (I'm talking about the ultra-thin variety wafer!). Kamesh is not happy with his wife Kanchan, because she is more tuned into poojas and vraths than into conjugal matters. But the arrival of her sister Kamini, along with her dad, changes all that. No, I don't mean that Kamesh takes a liking to his father-in-law! It's to his saali, who then starts becoming a 'poori gharwaali' from an 'aadhi gharwaali'.
The girls' father, a widower, becomes interested in a maidservant next door and stops bothering about the daughters. There is a neighbor in the midst by name Jhatka (the reason for this weird name was censored). He and the father become friends, and they go to red-light areas which have the standard jokes (like Jhatka starting to shiver when a girl starts stripping). Then there are sick dialogues and sicker jokes to fill up the reels and, finally, the movie comes to an end with a flood of clichés.
The worst jokes are about fruits like bananas, and that is enough to make you a non-veggie for life. It shouldn't take you long to realize that there is nothing in the movie except such jokes. The director should be commended for getting such lewd stuff past the censors (actually there are many cuts, but I guess the censors gave up after hacking for some time!). The audience was, however, more than happy with the movie... their only complaint was the scarcity of nudity and other related stuff.