Keshav (Akshay Kumar), owner of Radhe cycle store, met Jaya (Bhumi Pednekar), a modern educated girl and falls in love with her and eventually convinces her to marry him. But on the first day of their marriage Jaya discover that Keshav doesn’t have a toilet in his house. Keshav’s father Panditji (Sudhir Pandey) is an old cuulturer man and totally against having toilet in his house. Jaya has to face all kinds of trouble due to this. Ultimately she left keshav. Now its up to Keshav to fight against culture to get toilet in his house. How he does this is plot of the movie.
There are two stories, first is inspired by true event and is based on toilet. Second is love story. Writer has done excellent job to match this two in a power pack story. Movie has too good acting performances. Every one has played their part so well. Music is very good to hear. “Has mat pagli” is soul of the movie. Credit to director as well as he is never afraid to go bold and show truth about current India.
Family comedy and a complete social awareness movie. Too good entertainment as well.