All loans from the WHO would be put on hold if any official saw one of these movies.
We are talking about the dimensions of the women in the film. Yet, for a Tamil
film dubbed into Telugu, this is a surprisingly good job of it.
Siva is a slightly 'slow' rustic who finds a job in a city hotel. There he saves a well-known prostitute, Snehapriya, from a police raid, and in gratitude, she offers him any kind of help.
One day, Siva sees his former master in his hotel and runs to Snehapriya in fear. His sad story comes out - he's a village simpleton and his master's widowed-on-wedding-night sister, Lakshmi, falls in love with him. She seduces him on a stormy night (my system screams out for some originality!), and the brother eventually comes to know. He sets out to kill Siva, but before that can happen his master's wife gives him some money and sends him off. That's how he lands in the city.
That very night, Siva's master calls this Snehapriya to the hotel for some u-know-what. After that he gets into a contemplative mood, and she advises him to think of Lakshmi's happiness.
Throughout this, there is the inevitable conniving sister-in-law who wants to stop Lakshmi's re-marriage because she has her own designs on the property. Siva's master finally concedes to his sister's wishes and decides to marry her to Siva. But the sister-in-law's son and his goons find Siva and start thrashing him. And like the great Jim Morrison said - that, my only friend, is The End.
Apparently, our friendly neighborhood projector dude felt that the audience interest was flagging, so he cut the 'climax' and replayed a certain 'sex-song' from the movie. The noon show was house-full and so were the next three. Talk about herd mentality. See a place with a lot of people and the first thought is that there's probably something nice going on there. I paid a total of 50 bucks to see what the rush was all about. Excuse me while I laugh at the little ironies of life.