Bommana Brothers are theives whose parents are also petty robbers. They fall in love with Chandana Sisters, who are the daughters of Chandana Mohan Rao, a big businessman. The elder one Mani Chandana runs an orphanage, while the younger one Siri Chandana is highly devotional. They are engaged, but the Bommana Brothers win their hearts by pretending to be a blind Maharastrian guy who donates everything he's asked for to impress Mani Chandana and Rama Chandra pretends to be a devout and pious man singing Ramadasu songs in a Temple by hiring junior artistes to swoon that impresses Siri Chandana. They get married after a huge ordeal. But a bank manager they robbed previously, the Chandana's hired help (Suman Shetty) and a bunch of others are after the Brothers or after their property and the adventures don't stop.
it’s a full length comedy movie with a dash of sentiment adding flavor to it. Attili Venkataratnam is a gentleman who is worshipped like a god by the common folk of the village. He has three sons (Raghubabu, Sunil, Naresh) and a daughter (Latasri). She is made chairman of Attili and her husband Krishna Bhagawan misuses her authority as a chairman. Venaktaratnam’s elder son Bose babu is a drunkard, second son is a wayward and third son Naresh is a money monger. Ammulu (Vidhisha) expresses her love for Sattibabu, but he insults her before her father (L.B.Sriram) thinking that she is after his money. A lawyer (Dharmavarapu Subrahmaniam) comes forward to change the money minded Sattibabu into a humanitarian one with the help of his daughter (Kousha) .
Appa Rao (Krishna Bhagawan) is a career-oriented fashion designer who is in his 40’s. He is still a bachelor due to lack of opportunities and career orientation. That is when a posh lady Pravallika (Simran) approaches him and makes him fall in love with her. She offers him a new career and great business in UK. Meantime, it is revealed that there is a dreaded ISI agent called John Alias Mastan (Krishna Bhagawan) who looks just like Appa Rao. The rest of the story is all about what happens to Appa Rao when his look-alike John spots him.
Mahalaskhmi, Sujita and Sumitra are simple innocent village girls. Their parents try to control their movements and deeds. Being in their teens, age has its effect on their outlook and attitude. They weave a wonderful dream around city life. They come to Hyderabad to attend the marriage of a friend. They wish to go for sight-seeing around the city. After two days they think of getting back to their homes. But they find their money is stolen. Without money and shelter the girls find the hardships of the city life in a harder way.
This is the remake of a Tamil movie “Sundara Purushan”, but it has been made close to the Telugu nativity. Ramu (Suneel) runs away from his village with hatred on his father and returns back after 20 years. He loves his uncle’s (Kota Srinivasa Rao’s) daughter Radha (Arti Agarwal) very much. But she falls for Raghu (Aakash) who belongs to the same village. Ramu comes to know about this affair and tries to break it by showing Raghu a managerial job at a mill far off from their village. His plan bounces back with his uncle’s proposal of fixing Radha’s marriage with Raghu. Ramu’s step brother Venu Madhav, who loves his brother very much gets angry with this alliance and manages to stop the marriage by complotting to arrest Raghu on a false case of murder. To protect the respect of his uncle Ramu marries Radha. He realizes her true love on Raghu and arranges bail to release him from the jail. Suddenly Ramu’s life plunges into abyss with the revelation of the truth behind the murder. How he faces it all and comes out as an honest and loving person forms the rest of the story.
Ramudu (Raghubabu) and Kamudu (Krishna Bhagawan) are brothers and were brought by their uncle and aunt (Chandramohan and Sakuntala). Their elder sister got married to a rich man (Vinodkumar) who stays in the US. The brothers are poor in knowledge. Of them, Kamudu is just okay but Ramudu is very mild in intelligence. After a 20-year stay, their sister and brother-in-law return to India. They had a daughter Kavya (Rambha). The sister of Ramudu and Kamudu loves them very much and want to get her daughter married to one among them. Their brother-in-law suffers mental stress the partners ditch him. While going to airport to pickup Kavya, they meet with an accident and die. Kavya becomes bankrupt as the court attaches their entire property. Did Ramudu and Kamudu take the responsibility of Kavya as she turned poor? Did any of them were able to marry Kavya? Who did Kavya like? Whom did she love? Answers to all these questions form part of the story.
According to Hindu mythology Lord Kubera is the lord of money. Due to a curse given by a sage, Kubera is to help a good natured one on earth and serve him till the end of his life. He choses Raja for it, as his life is to end in a short time. Raja is the son of a poor farmer, who commits suicide as he could not repay the loans. Raja, who grows up to be a good Solomon tries to solve the problem of a little girl, Harshita, who who is suffering from a heart ailment. Impressed by his good deeds, Anupama (Bhumika), falls in love with him. The mix of mythology with modern living forms the interesting part of the film. How Raja
: It is a comedy oriented movie which won the hearts of onme and all. S.Veerabhadra Rao is an Industrialist. Mohan works as manager in his industry. Veerabhadra Rao loves walking. He keeps on walking daily, miles together. Not only that but he also forces his friends and neighbours to walk with him daily. Padma (Ashwini) is his daughter.Nutan Prasad is padmas uncle who hates love marriages. He always suspects padma that she fell in love and he keeps on spying her and testing her. Mohan and Padma fall in love. There is another love pair Naresh-Sudha. Brahmanandam is the personal secretary of Veerabhadra Rao. He is a food lover and always keeps on eating soemthing or the other. With all these funny and interesting characters, the movies runs with good comedy. Various problems the lover birds face to become one...is the remaining part of the story.
Chandu (Yashwant), Vijay (Vijayasai) and Babloo (Babloo) are friends and study in the same college. They are not happy as girls do not care for them. They are poor and cannot afford bikes and this is shown as the reason why the girls shun them.
When they are about to commit suicide, a real estate agent approaches them and offers them good commission if they can bring a party for his land. The hero manages to find a customer Prince (Brahmanadam). He buys the land and the heroes get good commission. With this money they buy bikes and the girls start going out with them.
Then begins the action episode - the bank robbery. Brahmannandam is at his best. He played both comedy and serious action with flair.
18-year old Ravi (Naresh) is the son of Swagruha Home Foods owner (Kota Sreenivasa Rao). He has a sweet childhood friend Aparna aka Appu (Swetha Agrawal), who also stays in same apartment complex in which Ravi lives. Appu
V Surya Prakash or SP (Jagapathi Babu) is a woman hater and a chronic bachelor. His hatred towards women in general is told in a flashback that happened when he was a teenager. He had a childhood sweetheart Bhavani (Ramya Krishnan) to whom his marriage was fixed. But in a turn of events an uncle of Bhavani conspires and kills her father and the blame is put on Surya PrakashÂ’s father.
Bhavani takes revenge on SP by taking over all his wealth and she later marries the same uncleÂ’s son. Years later SP become a business tycoon and sponsor of his half sister Sandhya (Nikitha). She is the apple of SPÂ’s eye and he puts her up in a house near by as a paying guest.
Satyabhama (Sangeetha) a smart girl falls hook line and sinker for SP. Sreekumar (Venu), son of SPÂ’s mentor is a notorious womaniser who comes to stay with SP and he is in love with Sandhya. Meanwhile Bhavani and her father come with SPÂ’s half brother Shekar (Bhanu Chander), which creates the twist in the climax. Later SP comes to know that Satyabhama is BhavaniÂ’s sister and her father who had trapped SP is out to get his revenge. First half of the film is full of comedy which peters out to be a sentimental drama. Ramya Krishna has come out with an excellent portrayal as Bhavani reminding us of Neelambari of Padayappa. She is excellent. Jagapathy Babu and Venu have done full justice to their roles. Sangeetha and Nikitha are there for glamour. The songs tuned by S.A.Rajkumar are not very impressive.
The film's title has been derived from the dialogue of a very old film. The movie by itself revolves around the notion as to what would happen if women were to wear the pants and men were to stay home (in the literal sense of the saying!). One sage (a woman ofcourse) comes to know of Amani's intentions and hands her a liquid named "Jambalakadi Pamba". She informs her that this would help her accomplish her task. Once this is done, things in her immediate suroundings turn topsy-turvy, with the women behaving like men and vice versa!! In places other than her's things are normal, smelling some kinda rat, the Police Department sends one of their efficient officers (Naresh) to probe the matter.
Rajendra Prasad owns a videocassette shop. He lends the cassettes to the people in his colony on hire. He knows the intricacies of survival in this big bad world and he has the ability to knit very wonderful but untruthful stores about almost everything under the sun.
Once he goes to video graph a marriage where he meets the wonderful Shobhana and loses his heart right at the very first sight.
Later she is transferred to the very place where Rajendra Prasad resides. He then musters courage to tell her of his love. Shobhana is a very firm person, she doesnÂ’t like this lie business to eek out a living and thus she challenges the hero that sheÂ’d marry him if he wouldnÂ’t lie even once in a period of one month, beginning from the 1st of March to the 1st of April, the date of his release from the prison of truth.
With his speaking nothing but the truth many homes in their colony are broke. The various led by the hero speaking the truth form the crux of the remaining film.
IllayarajaÂ’s music is an added asset to the film.