Pellam Oorelthe Trailer

Pellam Oorelthe Trailer (2006)

01 January 2006

While his beautiful wife Sandhya (Sangitha) is away on business, ad exec Vivek (Srikanth) gets a taste of the wild life -- thanks to his naughty pal Sambha (Suneel), who sends a prostitute to Vivek's guesthouse. Trouble strikes when Sandhya returns home unexpectedly and spots the prostitute. Vivek covers by passing off the woman as the wife of a friend. The men soon spin an increasingly intricate web of lies in this zesty Bollywood farce.

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