This film narrative takes\r\nplace over seven days during which time Manek Mulla, a young man barely out of\r\nhis teens, tells three stories about himself. These stories revolve around\r\nManek's involvement with women. In each case one or another circumstances leads\r\nto his separation from his beloved. The tone of the stories is\r\n'tongue-in-cheek' and sometimes borders on the fantastic and surreal. There is\r\nconsistency and ambiguity - a blurring of a distinction between the real and\r\nthe invented.
\r\nFor Menak Mulla, the purpose of telling these\r\nstories is to define the meaning of love. As it transpires, none of the stories\r\nManek tells actually define love.... If they do, they define what love is not.
\r\nThe film is a comedy but not without a twinge of\r\npain and a sense of loss.