Hunterrr is a lustful journey of a boy Mandar Ponkshe (Gulshan Devaiah) who loves everything about sex and his insatiable thirst for it. The boy who has moderate looks has all the tricks in his hand to woo a girl. He becomes Vasu (who knows to sense vasana) who can filrt around any girl or a woman, irrespective of their age. The film revolves around how he became Vasu and ends spoiling his own life.
Sai Tamankar as Jyotsna plays a married woman with a kid, who gets attracted to Mandar and sleeps with him until her husband finds it out. He meets Tripti (Radhika Apte) and decides to settle down with her. However, Tripti is confused about her decision to marry Mandar.
First-time director Harshavardhan Kulkarni must, therefore, be lauded for making Hunterrr, a dramedy that takes a shot at telling the story of an average boy that grows into a deviant who cannot keep his mind - and hands - off women.
Unfortunately, Hunterrr is way off the mark. It isn't utterly pointless, but it is neither hugely engaging nor particularly insightful.
Hunterrr has clearly been made by a cinema freak: all the more reason why it should have been a better film. The promising premise at the heart of Hunterrr is marred by a loopy, laidback storytelling style. The film is too long, too languid and eventually too loose to leave a lasting impression.
HUNTERRR is Harshavardhan Kulkarni's debut film as a director. This man clearly seems to know the message that he wants to convey through the film. Full marks to him for making this 'sex' film, without making it look vulgar.
On the whole, if you like naughty comedy full of witty lines, then HUNTERRR is a must watch for you.