anonymous criticon 2nd Jan 2013, 7:48am | Permalink
In spite of all its loopholes, the movie is running to packed houses including family audience and they seem to be having lot of fun. The movie doesnt pretend to be intelligent at any point, like the Gods not knowing water reflects or the director//chandramohan not knowing Life Insurance is not paid in the event of death by suicide! It is not as offensive as movies like seemasastry made by perverts.
There is a scene in Yamudiki Mogudu in which a bunch of cops discover an unconscious skimpily-clad (as skimpily-clad as an apsara can be) woman dumped at the entrance of their police station. They promptly, naturally, gleefully, start planning to take her in and do "you-know-what" with/to her. But wait, there are rules. You see, the boss has to go first. This is all a joke, mind you.
Of course, in the next scene, there are things that happen that make them realize that what they were thinking of is wrong. But that is immaterial to the fact that nobody - not the writers, not the....