The film is directed by RK Malineni and stars Vaasanthi as the female lead
Actor, comedian Sampoornesh Babu, who shot to fame with Hrudaya Kaaleyam, is back to entertain audiences in a new avatar. His next release is Cauliflower, a film directed by RK Malineni, where he's paired alongside actress Vaasanthi. The parody comedy, produced by Asha Jyothi Gogineni under Madhusudhana Creations and Radhakrishna Talkies, is set to hit theatres on November 26. Ahead of the film's release later this month, the team launched the teaser on Tuesday at an event in Hyderabad.
The teaser takes off on a hilarious note where Sampoornesh Babu satirically tells an All India Radio representative to switch on the camera, expressing a wish to tell his story to the world. In the title role, the actor tying up his hair in a bun, facilitates the marriage of prostitutes, even delivering a punch dialogue, 'Anytime seelanni kaapade symbole raa..ee cauliflower...' He's surrounded by many women who swoon over him and faces a personal tragedy, after which he commits himself to guard the honour of men and wants to come up with a law that'll protect them in a crisis.
In the later part of the teaser, Sampoornesh is dressed as a British officer, riding a horse and also goes onto talk to the press about the injustice meted out to him, which he claims is an attack on masculinity. We all know that Sampoornesh Babu's films aren't meant to be judged based on their face value alone and are only aimed to generate laughs using a parodical tone. The film has music by Prajwal Krish with Aditya Music bagging the audio rights for the same. RK Malini, the director of the film, had also helmed Daagudu Mootha Dandakor, the remake of AL Vijay's Tamil hit Saivam.