Forgive us for not being able to give the names of the stars - they weren't shown. Maybe the censor board thought they were too explicit. As the name suggests, the movie is all about the problems that newly weds face due to their sexual incompatibilities. God save the institution if the problems are really like what the movie depicts.
The movie starts off with an introduction to a Dr. Ravi, a sex/marriage specialist, who ironically gets married late in his life. He's preaching his wife about the 'correct' way to go about sex in a marriage. The man talks like he's the universal authority on marital sex, and the wife listens to him like it's Holy Grail. They make the movie look like an MCP pleasure-ride.
Anyway, the story goes on about two sisters - one of who is very religious and the other is the rowdy type (now where'd you hear that before?). The elder one gets married to a businessman and the younger to a lawyer. The elder sister's excessive religiosity drives her husband to the bottle and the prostitutes. The husband of the younger, the lawyer, is interested only in his own pleasure, and, in this case, he drives his wife to sleeping pills. Eventually, the 'all-knowing' Dr. Ravi solves the problems of both couples.
There are, as usual, many side-plots to show how 'good' the two husbands are in their lives. There are even some long-drawn fight sequences in another side-plot. I wonder why the directors of such movies decide to be moral policemen. Apparently, the director wants everyone to listen to Dr. Ravi's advice and thus lead blissful married lives. Somehow, I got the impression that the message was wasted on the audience.
And the dialogue delivery! The lines they come up with would put NTR to shame. There was a scene where a character says, "I've made a big mistake," and someone from the audience yelled, "So did I!" and got up and left! That, I think, sums up the movie.