Maanav is a struggling filmmaker who will not compromise on the script he has written. His girlfriend Ruchi, a successful film editor, arranges for him to meet film producer Nitin, who is not very convinced about Maanav's script. Maanav then suggests four stories on infidelity, woven together by a common story. The film itself echoes this structure, with four stories mingling with the main narrative
he film opens with an arrogant subedar (Naseeruddin Shah) (local tax collector in colonial India) and his soldiers rampaging through a village. The subedar has an eye for women and soon spots Sonbai (Smita Patil) on the riverbank. Sonbai is an intelligent, beautiful and strong woman. Her confidence intrigues the subedar.
Manasa falls in love with Jai in Italy. She tells him that her family members have a notorious background of being ruthless factionists from Palnadu area. Jai has the philosophy of peace and lifestyle of love. He feels that one can conquer the world with love, not by war. He goes to the village of Manasa on some other pretext and changes the attitude of the factionists. The rest of the story is all about the background of Jai and how he became peace-propagating man.
While on a holiday to Shimla, Avi meets Naina and falls in love with her. Smitten by her, he decides to stay back and starts working in her cafe as a handyman. He writes her a love letter to confess his love but she sends it on to her mother Rukmani, who`s struggling with low self-esteem after her husband left them for another woman. Eventually Rukmani comes to the conclusion that Avi is her secret admirer and Naina plays up to this to keep her mother content and sane. When Naina tells the truth neither Rukmani nor Avi are pleased but love eventually finds a way to make them all happy.
Cast Cast overview, first billed only: Bobby Khan Nilofer Khan Sambhavna Sheth Nirmal Pandey ... Sirji Harish Patel ... Ilyas Khan Ankush Mohite Archana Puran Singh ... Durga Pandey Mubin Khan Rajeev Awasthi Ibrahim Merchant Imtiaz Sultan Kanwal Priyanka Sinha Dost Mohammed Yusuf Baba
Film starring Badekilla Pradeep
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