Why this movie's caption is 'the beginning of a new era in lovemaking' is something
I'll never understand. It's got no real connection to the story. But the movie
itself is good, given that it will always be classified as B-grade. There is
a credible storyline, and at times, I actually found myself engrossed in the
The opening shot itself tells you that it's all a flashback. The heroine Mallika
is married to Vivek Malhotra, a businessman in Mumbai. There is a reasonably
big age difference between them. Now sex isn't fun for her because her husband
just satiates his needs and leaves her unsatisfied. For some bizarre reason,
she has this compulsive need to soak herself from head to toe with cold water
from the fridge every time they do 'it'. The cameraman also sees that she becomes
a voyeur's delight whenever this happens.
Now, Vivek gets a phone call from his friend who tells him that his younger
brother, Rahul (how original), is coming there to study in 'Architect College'.
Vivek says that Rahul can stay with him till they find accommodation. Rahul
has a girlfriend, Sweety, who is head over heels in love with him. He too loves
her, and she promises to come visit him in Mumbai.
Meanwhile, Mallika is apparently being blackmailed by Ranjeet, who comes to
her house often and asks for money. Also, at a party, a policeman feels like
he's seen Mallika somewhere before. These incidents add suspense to the story,
and make it more interesting. The next morning Rahul and Mallika are introduced
to each other, and sparks fly. Conveniently, Vivek has to go to Singapore on
business. When Mallika asks him if she could go visit her mother, he suggests
that she take Rahul along with her(!). There, the inevitable happens and they
have a passionate time.
Suddenly, Vivek arrives on the scene to take them back to Mumbai. Rahul starts
getting angry when Vivek starts hugging and kissing Mallika, and he tells her
as much. Anyway, he's in for a shock when they reach home as Sweety is there,
waiting for him. Now he's confused, and starts behaving very indifferently to
Sweety. He and Mallika make out at every opportunity they get, much to the delight
of the audience. During one of them, they are photographed by someone.
Ranjeet's blackmail of Mallika continues. One day, the cop returns to Mallika's
house, and tells her that he recognized her as the prime suspect in a murder
case. But she's not under suspicion now. She thinks she's free of Ranjeet, but
he shows her the photos, and she's back to square one.
The story carries on to the climax where Rahul finally shoots Ranjeet dead.
Mallika decides to take the blame, and is waiting for the police. This is where
the movie begins (it's all a flashback, remember?), and obviously ends. There
is an insipid, overtly suggestive comedy track about this guy who keeps going
to the sex specialist. I don't even want to get into the details of that!
The so-called song sequences are beyond stupidity - they insult the viewers'
intelligence. The plus points are that the actresses are very sexy, and the
soft porn sequences are fairly exciting. You could go for it if you are in the
area and have a couple of hours to kill.