If Bollywood can produce Hawas, then Tollywood can produce Sorry Naaku Pellaindi
. If Bollywood can produce Murder
, then Tollywood can produce Aithe Enti
. If Bollywood can produce Girlfriend, then Tollywood will burn you and eat your heart. Why is Tollywood going easy on us this time? Because they had this
It seems in a land far, far away (not far enough though), there was a college where it was against the rules not to be retarded. You have to at least look
retarded. Under such trying circumstances, our hero and heroine try to make their living.
The heroine passes off as being retarded by wearing the clothes of a four-year-old girl. The principle and the lecturers pass off as being retarded by putting on scary accents and wearing the clothes of a four-year-old girl. The hero passes off as being retarded by being himself.
So everybody's happy. But one day the hero realises something. The heroine not only wears the clothes of a four-year-old, but even behaves like one. Like, how cool is that? She can play basketball, and pole dance at the same time. And there are no baskets or poles involved! Wow! How can any guy resist her? So the hero says that he loves her.
The heroine slaps him. She is elder to him. How can he disrespect her age? Only she has the right to do that. So what if she wears undergarments to college to teach the kids? So what if she wears only
undergarments to college? That doesn't give him any right to propose to her.
To get things cleared up, she decides to pretend to be his wife and sleep with him for a month. Don't think hard. Just keep with the flow. Okay, she doesn't sleep
with him, but generally starts living with him.
One fine day Vadde Naveen arrives. He's the one the heroine's in love with, it seems. We're not sure because you'll never know what the heroine means by her expression. That's why they want her to get married to the hero, and not to Vadde Naveen, even though she tells people that she loves Vadde Naveen. She also tells people that she's wearing clothes. Nobody believes anything she says.
But the hero realises that after singing and dancing with her on the worst remixes of old Telugu songs ever made, he doesn't want to get married to her. He realises that marrying someone who's older, and who loves somebody else, can be disastrous. Moreover, the songs gave him ample opportunity to do whatever he wanted to. So, he walks away. The end.
Though sounding like a B-grade flick, this one is not for those cheap lechers, skin-show lovers or deperate guys. It is just for decent guys that love to see a hot girl gyrating in her undies. So how decent are you?