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A murder is committed in a town in India and the Police ask a senior policeman to deal with his matter. His name is Sikanker and he begins his investigations and after doing so, he finds that he has three suspects. Three men, who are all married, but have been involved in seducing a woman named Monica. The three men are Amar, Prem, and Meet, who all claim their innocence - but in Sikander's books - they are all guilty until they prove themselves innocent. How can they prove themselves innocent, when their very wives will refuse to speak up on their behalf? Written by
Sumitra (corrected by Carrie)
I tend to enjoy Bollywood movies without shame, despite the campiness that makes my friends roll their eyes. For example, while the reviews were pretty harsh about Hum Tum, I thought it was cute and satisfying. However, this movie was just awful. The acting was incredibly bad, the story was stupid and abrasive, and the technical quality was dismal. It would not compare favorably to old Hee Haw reruns for subtlety and wit. I gave up half way through the movie. See it if you must, but don't use this movie as an introduction to Bollywood for your uninitiated friends or it will be their first and last. Of course your mileage may vary; numerous other reviewers seemed to think this movie was fabulous, just as several of my friends loved "Weekend at Bernie's" (and I've made it a point to discount their opinions ever since.)
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