Ala Modalaindi

    Gautam (Nani) is on his way to Bangalore when he is kidnapped by an overconfident rogue (Ashish Vidyarthi). Wielding a gun on Gautam, the kidnapper asks him to entertain with a song, or a story. Obviously Gautam accepts the last one and narrates his story which goes as follows: At a marriage, Gautam meets Nitya, a girl who has had one too many drinks. They both are still nursing their heartbreaks – Gautam over the bride (Kriti Karbanda), and Nitya over the groom. They bond over shopping, career choices and almost everything in their lives. Just when Gautam is about to express his love, the girl’s fiancée comes into the picture. Dejected Gautam stops communicating with Nitya, but unbeknownst to him Nitya had broken up with her fiancée, much to her mom’s annoyance. They meet again, and it doesn’t take too much to get the sparks going on in their life. Problem is Gautam now has a girl friend, Dr. Kavya (Sneha Ullal). This time it Nitya turn to feel dejected as she leaves him, and agrees to a marriage of her mom’s choice. It doesn’t take too much time for us to realize that Kavya doesn’t remain Gautam’s girlfriend for long as he rushes get back to her – but he is now kidnapped. With Gautam kidnapped, and Nitya getting married soon, things take an unexpected turn – they all end up becoming extremely hilarious to an expected climax.