Kanika Kapoor is a 32-year-old lady who is still hunting for a partner who can satisfy her sexual urges. Kanika experiences a conflicted sense of love and sexuality as a result of being caught between a carefree mother and a strict society. She dates several guys, none of whom satisfy her emotionally or sexually.

Surrounded by a supportive group of female friends, Kanika started looking for the perfect person to be her partner. Afterward, there are many events before the wedding, with lots of singing and dancing. It all builds up to a wild and hectic night where someone causes Kanika to have a pleasurable physical response. But the problem is, she can’t remember who it is, and this is the main focus of the movie: a long and complicated search for this special person.


A strong female cast, led by Bhumi Pednekar, is featured in the comedy, which is directed by Karan Boolani and written by Radhika Anand and Prashasti Singh. The narrative of Radhika Anand and Prashasti Singh is more than just a sex comedy.

The writing presents unusual plot points at specific times and leaves them unexplored, which is a large part of the movie’s difficulty. In a picture that floats in lightness, Pednekar, though dependable, is unable to discard the rigidity that she has inherited despite frequently portraying women defying social expectations.

She does come across too aggressively on television for a typical girl, even though that isn’t a criticism of her acting ability. The supporting cast is responsible for several of the movie’s most outstanding scenes, including a stunning drag queen scene starring Sushant and a confrontation between Kanika and her closest friends that particularly highlights Bedi’s acting prowess.

The best way to characterise Bhumi Pednekar is as a woman who unintentionally inherited her mother’s tenacity and feminist attitude. Dolly Singh and Shibani Bedi, her best friends, are hilarious and deliver strong performances in delicate sequences.

In her brief role as one of the stereotypically disagreeable girls, Kusha Kapila also excels. Anil Kapoor is a joy to behold as Kanika’s elder lover and as someone who adores Gulzar Saab. Shehnaaz Gill does well in her role as a confident young woman who openly acknowledges that a female should pursue pleasure.

Ratings: 2/5

The film uses female pleasure to pread the message of self-love. The sex comedy is mildly entertaining and not worth seeing even for its daring and little-explored premise. The movie received a rating of 2 out of 5.

Written By : Indori Nerd

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