Sanjay, following a blazing argument with his girlfriend, Jill, is persuaded by his friends to become 'The Guru' by sleeping with seven women in the next seven days before Jill returns from her trip to America.

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Struggling Indian artist Sanjay has a furious argument about marriage, children and commitment with his girlfriend, Jill, just as she is leaving to spend a week in America. Thinking his relationship with Jill is over Sanjay goes on the prowl and is easily able to score with two different women over the next two days. He mentions his conquests during a drunken evening with his friends and they persuade him to attempt to become 'The Guru' by sleeping with different women on each of the remaining five nights before Jill's return. Reluctantly, Sanjay agrees to undertake the challenge without realizing the possible consequences. The task becomes more difficult as news of the challenge spreads and also other pressures are brought to bear from unexpected quarters. Written by Mark Smith <msmith@osi.co.uk>

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People handle breaking up in different ways. Me? I cope by getting laid...

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A lively, cheeky and entertaining number
20 October 1999 | by (London) – See all my reviews

The film manages the crafty trick of making the lead character just this side of unlikeable...boy, does this guy have his faults, but he's a proper charmer too - the lead actor is terrific, and he's helped by a sometimes hilarious script, hampered by a budget that makes Blair Witch look like Titanic...some of the party scenes are so ill lit, it's actually like being at the party, which, come to think of it, is a good thing. I didn't expect much from this, but it was a knockout, and the director takes onborad some serious issues about relationships and prejudice without upsetting the mix...hilarious spoof on Indian films as well. I can't wait for the directo's next, and let's hope he uses the same cast. Wicked


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