Glad the film worked for you, Raghu. And the review too :)
***SPOILERS*** I was unhappy that the revenge build up has almost no payoff. The women wanted revenge but it's the guy who gets the revenge. That strange twist involving the vanishing books was rather unnecessary, I felt. It suddenly changes the dynamic from revenge to melodrama. And that was jarring to me.
They show why it happens. I just didn't see it. I'm happy that you could.
Five wronged women (well, four wronged women and one wronged little cherub) seeking revenge, enlist the services of a plagiaristic writer (Nani). This completely clueless motley group - um, gang - is to find the man responsible for their bereavement and kill him. As far as revenge plots go, this one is standard, but quirky, and begins enjoyably well. In fact, the first yawn sets in only after the two hour mark. Then the yawns start coming in like wedding invitations during Sravana maasam. Indeed, the last half hour had people stretching their limbs like they were warming up for a post-show yog....