Though the story of this one is a little better than the usual senseless crap, this is not a movie you would want to go to even for a little relaxation. The name makes sense only towards the ending where, as usual, the director jumps onto the bandwagon and tries to thrust a 'message' down your throat.
Raju is a married man but also a shameless philanderer. His pregnant wife Rati loses their child for reasons unknown, and he gets a slight twinge of conscience. He thinks that she suspects his infidelity, and vows to reform his ways. Anyway, they go looking for a new house and, predictably, the landlady, Monica, turns out to be a bomb. And Raju's new-formed resolutions go for a six.
The next 20 minutes or so are unclear largely due to a flashback, but what I could gather was this - Raju reminds Monica of Jagan, who was her husband. We are totally in the dark as to what happened to him, the bottom line being he's disappeared leaving Monica with a toddler. The baby is eternally crying (which irritates you to death) and Monica is unable to breast-feed (don't ask why!). Rati shows her 'maternal instincts' and offers to breast feed the child. Meanwhile, our man and Monica are having their fun.
Now the child falls sick and the doctor tells Rati that she has AIDS and she has passed it onto the child. More bad news is in store when she accidentally walks in on her husband and Monica, and there is this big emotional showdown. Now everybody in the house has AIDS. Talk about one big happy family. Anyway, Monica commits suicide, and through her suicide note she delegates the responsibility of the baby to Rati. And not to forget, the all-important 'message' at the end - "Say 'No Entry' To Aids!" You are forgiven if you find that funny, as half the audience here nearly died laughing.
Three quarters of the movie is taken up by inane background music. The dialogues are few and far between. There is copious kissing and general making out, but nothing to classify it as anything remotely related to porn.
If you do go for this movie, remember that titillation is all about imagination,
and this movie leaves a lot to be desired in that department!