(Sruthi Mehrotra) is an innocent girl who falls into
the trap of a womanizer called Siva (Rajiv Kanakala).
Soon Siva is arrested and convicted for murdering a
girl. Sujatha forgets the entire episode and marries
a rich good-hearted man Raghu (Raghu). Siva releases
on the parole and blackmails Sujatha to give him sexual
pleasure failing to which he would expose the past relationship
between them. The rest of the story is about whether
she succumbs to Siva's pressure or not.
Raghu is adequate as good-hearted husband. Rajiv Kanakala
is good as the ill-minded womanizer. Sruthi Mehrotra
is not up to the mark. Soni Charishma is good as the
prey to Rajiv. The comedy episodes involving Venu Madhav
and Suman Setty are indecent. Kondavalasa's cell phone
comedy is good.
of the film is bad. Direction leaves a lot to be desired.
The director copied the narration style of German masterpiece
'Run Lola Run', which narrates how fate can be changed
if events occur with a change of few seconds. The climax
of this film too was shown in three versions, but in
vain. Works of other technical departments like dialogues,
music, photography etc are mediocre at the best.
'Please Naku Pellaindi' is an attempt to cash in the
weakness of men who get tempted to watch sleazy flicks
because of heroine's skin show and double entendres.
This film falls flat on story front and narration aspect.
On a whole, Please Naaku Pellaindi is an avoidable fare.
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