Do husbands and wives fight all the time? The question begs an answer for a television anchor and a medical student in love. They have this nagging fear that they just mind end up as an unhappy couple if they also get married. Their experiment to discover the truth brings them face to face with reality.
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Do husbands and wives fight all the time? The question begs an answer for a television anchor and a medical student in love. They have this nagging fear that they just mind end up as an unhappy couple if they also get married. Their experiment to discover the truth brings them face to face with reality
: Video Jockey (VJ) Sanjay (Tarun) hosts a popular show on Thai TV titled
in Bangkok. Those in love facing problems seek answers from him for the issues they encounter. But a time comes when Sanjay himself trips for a girl. It is not easy wooing Sameera (Vimala Raman), a medical college student.
The audience is then treated to some antics that Sanjay resorts to just to grab her attention. When eventually the girl does take notice of him, the journey becomes even more difficult. Sameera brings Sanjay home but an aunt who has raised her up insults Sanjay. Sameera is told by her aunt that Sanjay is an irresponsible guy and unfit for her.
Overcoming some initial hurdles, they do want to say `I do' but wonder if they will be happy as husband and wife as they have not understood each other completely yet. Sanjay proposes something that is ludicrous for the girl to even listen to. He suggests that they move in to a house and stay together. The girl who has her values does make it evident that it is not a live-in relationship and there would be no physical intimacy.
The real self of Sanjay tumbles out of the cupboard. Sameera is disgusted with his habits, of not taking up a regular job, drinking, smoking and flirting. They have their fights about those but the `staying together' concept does cross the borderline.
More issues crop up. Sameera is shattered that Sanjay now behaves with her arrogantly.
They part. And you know about our films. There will have to be an airport scene where the girl or boy is leaving the country forever. And in the climax, it is just what you expect happens.
There are several drinking and smoking scenes in the movie but the mandatory warning that they are harmful to health do not appear anywhere. There is no such announcement at the beginning of the movie or after the interval. Did this slip the eye of the censors or was the filmmaker just not bothered?
Brahmanandam is supposed to be a don in the movie. Probably, in the script it was a lot funny to read his role but in the film, he was a major disappointment. He appears on screen and the audience is expected to laugh for hardly any reason. Sad comedy.
Tarun appears in a film after a gap and plays his role well and with ease. Vimala Raman amply demonstrates her acting skills.
Sanjay and Sameera sort out their problems, one after the other, but the audience watching the movie might find the problems of the pair in love too much of an ordeal to suffer.