Wet monsoon eve and a Cozy velvet rug,
sizzling finger chips and a full wine mug,
lips on lovely lips and that most warmest hug.
To bolster such feelings of the monsoon, some city theaters are screening hot movies for their 'esteemed' audience. And one such movie is Vagala Rani.
One of the biggest dilemmas that one faces, when watching such dubbed adult movies, is about the protagonist. Till the end it is very difficult to identify who is the hero of the movie. And in some cases, it is never resolved. Call it suspense, if you will.
Vagala Rani is a beaten down version of Sadak, where a innocent girl is forced into prostitution. Here too, one Rani (Shyamla) is shoved into the profession, due to unfavorable circumstances. The brothel is run by one Amma, with the aid of her son Raja - for the Rani - and a bodyguard, Chandram. The latter is good as a son to the lady.
In no time at all, the two men fall for Rani. The latter becomes hot property in the trade. One of her clients is an MLA, whom she refuses to oblige. The reason: he is her former husband who is responsible for her present plight. This evokes sympathy in Amma, and the confrontation between her and the MLA starts. Chandram handles the physical part of the conflict.
Pretty soon, Rani is wedded to Raja, and Chandram is left a disappointed man. But he never shows it. There are a few more twists to this plot, which are better left unexplained.
The movie is a shoddy affair, with horrible performances. The worst part is that it fails to titillate the audience one bit.