The story is of this one is pretty straightforward - there is a certain college of 'sex', whose sole intention is to educate youth of marriageable age of the intricacies and pitfalls of married life. There is this whole bunch of really sad looking students who, I'm quite sure, have no idea why they are there. The very serious professor feels that the best way to educate them and make them really understand is to show them videos of real life situations.
There are two main stories that he tells them. In the first one there is a family of parents and three children. The eldest brother gets married under the pretext of using the dowry to marry off his younger sister. The family is facing financial problems, and his marriage only adds to them. Unable to take the pressure, the father dies of a heart attack. The younger brother also leaves home. In the meantime, the eldest brother has a child and this adds to his burdens. He finds that his sex life fizzling out, and this frustrates him. Under pressure from his wife they leave home as well.
Now, there is a guy who is in love with the younger sister, but she does not go through with it. The young landlord, who is also infatuated with her, rapes her. Somehow, this convinces her to take up prostitution as a profession. Meanwhile, the eldest brother has three more kids. Due to his financial burden he goes to his sister for money. Seeing her affluence, he feels ashamed and poisons himself and his whole family. Finally the guy who was in love with the sister comes to her for 'business', and is shocked to see her again. She, too, accepts his love, and there ends the story.
The other story is about two friends who get married on the same day. One of them is a 'good guy', and the other is a drunkard. The first guy goes on to have an amazingly happy married life because he is very taken up with the whole family planning idea, while the other has a miserable life due to his habit. In the end, the drunkard friend realizes 'the folly of his ways', and vows to quit. This story is better in that it actually makes some sense, and some open-minded person watching it might actually learn something! The movie ends with all the students of the great 'college of sex' promising to lead ideal married lives.
I don't really have to do any further analysis, do I? This is definitely some South-Indian film dubbed into Telugu, and like many other such movies, it tries really hard to give a 'message'. Oh yeah - there are some titillating 'scenes', if you like women really, really 'healthy'!