Let Karma is the story of three friends. Two were married, while the other one was single. Daniel (Blossom Chukwujekwu) and Ene (Aisha Mohammed), and Anthony (Daniel K. Daniel) and Gabi (Bisola Aiyeola). Both women are friends and ditto for the men, who are both cheating on their wives.
One was a big player; he had records of all the girls he’d slept with, while the other had just a concubine.
Daniel’s cheating is because of Ene’s continuous nagging and need to control her husband because she doesn’t “want to be one of those women who don’t have control over their husband.” Ene’s need for control is born out of a personal trauma: her dad’s cheating on her mum. Anthony, on the other hand, is an unrepentant cheat. Karma got to both men in the end.
At the end of the day, the wives found out. The one with one concubine later moved on with his wife. She forgave him. The player couldn’t get his wife back. He almost died. One of the women he slept with had a boyfriend that would kill for anything. Let’s say he was lucky he didn’t die. And that’s it! The movie ended. Then I started wondering if they were playing with my intelligence. Was that karma?