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Various photogenic couples demostrate the different techniques of making love (from Kama Sutra), while a female voice narrates sporadically. The film is divided into chapters, each dealing with a different aspect of sex or foreplay.
Rahul Roy plays Singhania, an industrialist who seems to spend all his time hitting on women. His son, Lucky (Hitesh Kriplani) has some kind of a woman-fear thing and so his dad brings in Sonia (Sherlyn Chopra) to help "build his confidence". If you're thinking that this sounds like a terrible movie, you're wrong. Its worse than terrible.
Rahul Roy's is an irritatingly poor actor, Rocky Sandhu as Sherlyn's boyfriend is inept and the non-existent plot and terrible direction only make matters worse. Sherlyn shows glimpses of competence and is very easy on the eye. The only good things about the movie are Sherlyn's in-your-face sexuality and Hitesh Kriplani's endearing performance as Lucky.
The movie is probably not worth your time.
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