If you are trying to rape a woman and she suddenly turns into a snake and slithers away, you'll have a hell of a time explaining a lot of things to the cops. And while it gives credence to the theory of an increasing number of men that women can turn out to be anything, David (Brahmaji) and his 4 partners in crime have deeper problems than that - the woman they've tried to rape but whose boyfriend they ended up murdering, is a snake who's sworn to kill each of them.
So every full moon night after that, she turns into a woman and targets one of them. The first month it's the turn of Satya, who's surprised to find a damsel in his home when he hadn't ordered for one. It happens to few men, and what happens after that happens to even fewer men. And what happens after that happens to very, very few men. In a welcome reversal of trend, what happens after that happens to every man - he dies. The cops are non-plussed (whatever that means) since there are signs of a snake having been in the room but there's no snakebite on him.
Next it's the turn of Anil, who's just gotten engaged, and has gone out to a park with his fiancee, and is busy cuddling her when he gets a call from her saying she can't come to the park that day. What happens after that... oh, okay. Anyway, he dies after falling from the top of a very tall tree (this scene has been performed by trained professionals, and you shouldn't attempt it at home, except if you are really desperate.) Sitting cuddling on top of a very tall tree is a practice that we at fullhyd.com have traditionally frowned upon, and Anil wasn't even doing that, which surprises the cops, who are wondering why he got on top of the tree in the middle of the night. Well, let's just say he was very motivated.
Shabbir's next - he's watching TV when the gorgeous female anchor reading the news comes right out of the box. Unfortunately, the good news ends there (heh heh), and instead of having wild, steamy sex with him, which seems to him to be the logical next step if she's taken all that trouble, she kills him. The cops now establish that there must be a link between the three deaths, since none of them makes sense. However, Naga Sai, one of the remaining two, contacts an extremely respected and accurate astrologer, who basically tells him that he's next, and doesn't even charge any fees as a last gesture.
There perhaps are people who've heard worse predictions, but Naga Sai is not one of them. He crumbles and communicates this to the irreverent David, who scoffs at the thought that a snake could be taking revenge on them (the audiences, yes - a snake, no). Now normally if a snake is out to get you, you should pour milk at designated places, pray hard, and shift continents - the last thing you want to do is pass disparaging comments. Sure enough, the snake woman is now truly pissed.
Well, the moral of the story is simple - it's possible to get both the women's rights' and the animal rights' activists behind you for the same crime if you don't properly check the antecedents of a woman these days. You're also perhaps waiting for us to point out the logical flaws in the movie now. Forgetting that this is a movie in which a snake becomes a woman once a month. The script precedes any review. Actually, the script itself is the review.
Navneet Kaur as the snake woman wears so few clothes, you feel like taking several of your own off so that she doesn't feel embarrassed. It's insulting to Telugu culture that she's portrayed as a goddess, on par with several illustrious Tollywood nagadevathas. The cast of full of B-rung actors who will still never mention this film even if it will cure them of snakebite. And the dialogues, comedy and graphics make you feel like a snakebite would be the only cure.
If you are going to watch this one anyway, remember to inform your folks where you can be found, just in case.