The disappointment for the crowds started when the certificate showed a U-rating.
The incorrigible optimists decided to shrug it away as an aberration of our
'oh so reliable and credible' censor board. But when reality stared dawning
on our voyeurs that it was just another Shakila inanity with little value for
money and a case study on how not to make movies, the desperation begin to show.
From then on, even a scene like a girl in knee-length skirt talking to a guy
was enough for them to imagine being recompensed for their tickets.
This crap's 'story' begins thus. A priest (a pretty fat one) and his better
half are looking for a groom for their daughter (Squeaky-Voice). SV does not
want to get married as she has some duties towards her parents. She gets the
job of a cashier at a bank and decides to buy things on installments. She goes
to a mixer shop and falls in love with the owner (Broad-Beard) just because
he sees her semi-nude at her house when he comes to install the mixer in her
Fatso and better-half have their own share of breakdowns at hearing this news.
After SV wets her whole bed sheet with tears and throws a tantrum along with
a couple of utensils, they agree to her marriage with BB. A marraige and a honeymoon
later, BB happily runs away leaving SV in the lurch.
SV's vendetta starts from here. First she calls up a magnanimous whore, Ranganayiki.
Enter Shakila. (I don't mean that literally. There are others for this job in
the film.) The whore's job is to help women in distress in the day and happily
groan around with sissies, obese sethjis etc. during the night.
The whore first relates a flashback about how she was an innocent girl but was
raped by a photographer and landed up being a whore. However, the scene clearly
shows sex taking place by mutual consent and the whore enjoying every moment
of it. If the director thinks that any act of sex featuring a woman, especially
if she is enjoying it, is termed as rape, then God knows what he would think
of actual rape. In any case, my personal opinion is that men with such ideas
should first be neutered.
The rest of the film deals with how the whore and SV go about their operation
'BB search' and succeed .A very commendable mission, a great idea and greater
message are in store for the viewers. The latter being that women don't become
whores by choice: circumstances make them so. No further comments.