There are myths regarding the casting couch as a parameter used for finalizing the cast. Then there are subdued truths about the underworld using its peculiar kinds of convincing powers to get a role for a particular artiste. But now I feel that artistes actually might be using unearthly powers to land certain roles.
Yes, only the fear of burning in hell could have driven K Alexander into casting the heroines of this film. Actually they aren't the kind of faces you wouldn't notice on a street - they're the ones you'd notice for all the wrong reasons. And seeing these girls in compromising poses may only persuade you into taking vows of celibacy.
Geetha is a village girl - actually more of a gremlin - who falls in love with Ravi. For some reason they elope. Ravi brings her to the city and shows her around, before taking her to his place - palace, actually. Once she gets there, her dreams are shattered as she gets raped by another guy Bhagwan - I would suppose that he was paid highly and sedated terribly to do this part - and his gang.
Ravi too is part of this gang, and after the rape he is the one who stabs her - which, by the way, could be his real life fantasy - and leaves her on a street to die. But Geetha is saved in the nick of time by Dancer Rekha - that's actually her name in the flick - who also gives her a place to stay.
Meanwhile, Bhagwan and gang continue doing the same with other girls. Meanwhile, Geetha is out on a trip for revenge. She starts by learning Karate - incidentally, from a guy whose highest kick would reach two feet. Anyway, after her martial arts lessons in a desert, she rides out for revenge, atop a horse, dressed in a complete cowboy style. Why? Beats me! And she then finds her tormentors one by one and kills them.
The only normal looking guy in the whole movie is Mr. Bhagwan - who happens to have waist-length hair, and a very bad haircut. Every one else looks a little less normal than this. And I'm sure that every now and then these guys suffer from the nightmare of having to work in a similar flick again in their careers. Come to think of it, even those who've seen this flick may have similar experiences. If you still want to see this movie, remember that you were warned way before hand.