A beautiful tale, unnatural dialogues and good songs assembled in a well-knit manner is the out come of Yogish aka Loose Maada's Sidlingu. The romantic-drama, which also features Ramya, is charming but coated with double entendre, which many not go well with family audience.
Sidlingu (Yogish) briefs his early age set in a village near Maddur. His love to sit in a car, which makes him to connect with those people who own it, gives clear indication about his desire to posses a car someday in his life. His puppy love and accidental sex with his lecturer Aandalamma (Suman Ranganathan) will be narrated in the first 30 minutes.
Manjula (Ramya), who is a teacher, arrives in her life after he lives his native following his parents death. Sidlingu's one of the qualities has be discussed here, as it is the highlight of his character in the movie. He is as straightforward as you think when he tells Andalamma that he likes her chest, when the lecturer asks him what he loves in her. You may call him a dirty or a plain-hearted man that really does not matter because he is loved by the people for his straight talks. However, the car factor plays a crucial part throughout the story. In fact, it is the element which leads the tale forward. The remaining part of the story tells about from who he buys the car and what happens after owning it, which should be seen on-screen.