It is a film about a Casanova of sorts who thinks shitting and sex is same ‘ a physical need’ and emotions have no place in life.
Harshavardhan Kulkarni takes a hilarious look at Indian men and their outlook towards life and women at large. Mandar Ponkshe played by Gulshan Devaiah is a character living around us who loves women more physically than emotionally. His relationships end where the bed ends till he meets his counterpart in Tripti played by Radhika Apte. Both Gulshan and Radhika are natural and play their part without much fuss. Mandar though a prick don’t look disgusting as the characterisation is of a mild hearted and in general a good man beneath the predator.
The film hovers back and forth between time zone often and such a film is difficult to direct and edit. The story and screenplay are easy in general and you will like it. My problem with this film is its length, which is stretched by adding some unwanted sub plots. I also felt that the finesse of a seasoned director is lacking and the film falls just short from being a good film to just an average one.
*Poor, ** Below Average, ***Average, ****Good, ****Very Good