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Movie revolves around a married woman who is having an affair.

A woman is shown showering bareback. No nudity.

There are many passionate kissing scenes and implied sex. No nudity.

The woman's lover forces her onto a bed and strips her to her bra and panties. He then kisses her little above her thighs, near her underwear and her stomach. He moves forward and tries to kiss her. She tries to resist and then they end up kissing passionately. Sex is implied.

In the song "Bheege Hont Tere", the woman is making out with her lover on a rooftop. He kisses her neck, her cleavage and her legs. Then they are seen lying under covers on a parapet. She gets on top of him and starts kissing him on chin and neck. Her lover moves on top of her and starts kissing her on the neck. They are seen running around and kissing on the beach with her in a bikini. Then they are seen having sex in bed under covers. She is shown orgasming but the camera focuses only on her face. No nudity.


A man beats up another man and accidentally hits his head on a mirror. There is some blood.

In a later scene the same man is shown with a lot of blood on his hand.

A few uses of cusswords such as "bitch" and "whore". A man is seen mouthing the F-word during an argument but it is not heard.

A little alcohol consumption and smoking shown.

Not frightening at all. The plot twist near the end is unexpected and hence a little intense.


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