Sex conversations between a boy and a girl in malylam
A boy, Nandu, is on the run for no fault of his own. After the car goes some distance, Smitha tells the boy that she knows that he was hiding. Smitha tells him that he need not be worried if he's not made any mistake. Guys in her neighborhood tease her, telling her if she needs any company in the night she can call any of them. When her legs and breasts touch Nandu, he gets disturbed. Nandu tells Smitha that she is getting a bad name because of him, and he also wants to leave, which is when Smitha tells her flashback. The later part of the story is about what happens then.
Some days later Smitha sees Nandu in a temple and comes to know that he is an orphan. She was married to a soldier but before their first night he was killed during his duty. In the end, Nandu commits suicide, and seeing this, Smitha falls to her death.
The man driving her car, Martin, and Sunil Kumar, aka Pulsar Sunil, a historysheeter, allegedly connived to stage an accident before she was raped.
While Martin has been arrested, Sunil, the main accused, is on the run with four others.
It was one of the biggest hits in the South Indian soft-porn industry, and has earned a cult status.
The film stars Silk Smitha, director and producer Dhananjay Ghatole, Devishri, and Nandu (brother of Malayalam actress Urvashi).
KOCHI: A famous actor from the south Indian film industry was allegedly raped inside her moving Audi on Friday night while she was headed for Kochi from her home in Thrissur.Even though individual reports have spread, all official investigations in India launched in 2009, 2010, 20 have found no evidence of the activity.The concept first rose to national attention in India in 2009, with claims of widespread conversions in Kerala and Mangalore, but claims have subsequently spread throughout India and beyond, into Pakistan and the United Kingdom.Sunil was the actor's driver till a few months ago."An FIR has been registered with sections of rape, criminal intimidation, criminal conspiracy and relevant sections of the IT Act," said a senior police officer.