Directed by Kashinath, it seems to be a re-make of a Kannada film of the same name and directed by the same person.
It is a sex comedy about a young person (Shekhar Suman) who marries Padmini Kolhapure but is unable to consummate the marriage because his wife hasn't matured yet and still acts like a child. Frustration leads him into the arms of another village belle Bijli, played by Richa Sharma (Sanjay Dutt's wife who died because of cancer), who openly flirts with him and leads him on, taking full advantage of his frustrations with his wife. Much of the comedic situations arise from Shekhar Suman's attempts to learn about sex (while ordering a book at a bookstore), buy condoms at a pharmacy, and try to make out with and/or seduce his wife who remains oblivious to his attentions till it is too late.
Then the story takes a serious turn with Shekhar inviting Bijli to the city (his wife stays back in the village) and moving into a new apartment with Bijli living as his wife. But Bijli falls in love with a neighbor, complicating the situation. How the situation resolves itself is for you to see and find out.
There's a funny anecdote linked to this film, about how censorship works. The club in my neighborhood, where I grew up, used to show Hindi and English films on video and these films were also available through fiber optics to the houses of big-wigs in the township. This was in the 80s when VCR and TV were relatively new. So, one day, the movie being shown was "Anubhav" and of course, all of us boys loved it, and were glued to the screen, laughing out asses off. Half an hour into the film, the club officer walks into the room and turns off the film, because some big-wig (or his wife) who was watching the film at home, had decided that it wasn't a suitable film, and had called the officer and ordered him to nix the show. A collective groan ensues in the room, with some invectives murmured under the breath. The officer sympathized with us, but was unable to do anything since the order came from high above.