If someone were to promise you a huge sum of money and all you had to do was make a movie that would please the masses, then grab it. The solution is damn simple. Make a movie like Moodu Mukkalata.
Use these basic ingredients - three gorgeous female actors, talented comedians, an okay music director, and, most importantly, a dress designer with plenty of experience in exploiting the ample curves that those female actors are endowed with. Do not worry about a story line or a director. You don't need either. Oops, did we forget a hero? Not to worry, anyone will do.
So what's in the script? Two curvaceous college students (Rambha and Raasi), an attractive librarian (Soundarya), a lecturer (Jagapati Babu) who's stronger than Hercules and sharper than Einstein, and a rogue love letter, that's what. Do you need to know more? Well, read on!
Jagapati falls in love with Soundarya and vice versa (song 1, Soundarya dances in the rain, Jagapati is happy). The rogue love letter accidentally reaches Rambha, and she falls in love with our hero (song 2, short skirt and a tight top, Jagapati is all smiles). He then saves Raasi from an accident (yes, you guessed right - song 3, Jagapati is very happy).
Need to know more? Okay, enter the bad guys - Rambha's rich brother, Raasi's mafia-don father and Soundarya's despicable brother-in-law. These characters are just there to add a bit of twist to the story (songs 4 and 5, Jagapati seems a bit bored).
It's time now to bring Moodu Mukkalata to a happy ending, and so just before that, we have the final song, with all three heroines - Jagapati is now ecstatic. Rambha and Raasi realize that they stand no chance, and Jagapati and Soundarya live happily ever after (thankfully, no song).
The crowd seemed to enjoy it and the producers must definitely be happy. All kudos to the comedians, terrific job (they're the saving grace). Well, there you have it - the time tested formula. And if that opportunity ever comes knocking, you know exactly what to do.