There is a fine line between a complex plot and a weird plot. The same is true of a great movie and an atrocious one. And it is a necessity for the directors to know where to draw the line. Because, if the plot becomes too complex, it might turn out to be absurd. And the absurd ones don't sell - usually, that is.
When a director of such films has a doubt whether he has crossed this line - sometimes creativity can be confusing - he usually adds an element that might make his film sell. Sex is one such element usually used. But some directors like Prem Sagar, who have used this crutch too many times, change their focal point only to sex, and weave out the plot according to that. But still, they churn out weird movies - products of a muddled mind. This is one such movie.
This plot has one Geetha, a college student, who is very faithful to her aunty - that's new - because she is an adopted neice. The aunty is vexed with her own younger brother Vinod who is a good-for-nothing guy in life. The reason Vinod never bothers to do anything in life is because he knows that all of his sister's property would someday be his. And that makes him feel secure.
Vinod also has a girlfriend - of no practical use to the plot. One fine day, it occurs to him that Geetha might be an obstruction to his inheritance. So, he makes a plan to eliminate her. From here, the complexity turns into weirdness. He starts a garment factory - now why should he do that? - which is supposed to be the first step of his plan. Next, he woos her till she falls in love with him. Next, he sells her to an ugly looking guy.
From here the movie starts going way above our heads. Because the guy who buys her, hands her over to the police, accusing her to be a prostitute. Why did he buy her in the first place? After her prison term, she's kidnapped and sold in a red-light area - not again! There, a gentleman comes and, instead of having sex, he takes her to his house (now, why should he do that?), and gradually falls in love with her.
At this point, the confusion must have been too much to take the director himself, and hence, he felt the need to end the movie. So in comes Vinod. From where? Well, God alone knows. Anyway, Geetha kills him. That's the end of it.
Where is the sex you might ask? Well, after making so many films of this kind, the director knows that just the publicity is enough. So he publicizes the film as a porn flick and waits with his fingers crossed. Do you wanna make his film sell? Completely unto you dude - just don't blame me that I didn't warn you way beforehand. By the way, the music in this film is by Madonna and Jatin-Lalit - it's just that they don't know about it.