Lucky (Aparshakti Khurana), a jobless high school graduate, falls in love with Rupali (Pranutan Behl), a well-to-do girl. It’s unclear what she finds in him, but who knows with lovers, right? To pacify a growling father, a large sum of money is required (Ashish Vidyarthi). The only way out for Lucky and his friends is to come up with a crazy get-rich-quick scheme involving thievery, a full stack of condoms, and a village where no one can look at a prophylactic without going crimson.
Men, on the whole, tend to put the burden of birth control on women all over the world. Despite the fact that condoms and vasectomy are easy and safe, every contraceptive and permanent sterilisation option designed for women is complex and has major potential adverse effects, this is the case. The situation is concerning in any country, but it is particularly difficult in India, where the population boom poses a serious threat, and has been a long-standing impediment to the National Family Planning Programme. IMDB