Telugabbai is a triangular love story, which revolves around two Indian families, who have settled down in Malaysia. Director Avinash O Sridhar has tried his best to impress the film goers, but his old storyline and slow-paced narration do not support him. His script lacks freshness and there is nothing new in the treatment of the subject. The only new thing in the film is that the whole movie has been shot in Malaysia.
Arun (Tanish) and Bulan (Remya Nambeesan) are childhood friends, who are staying with their parents in Malaysia. Arun is in love with a model Megha (Tashu Kaushik). Bulan shares a good relationship with her and she tries to patch up the couple whenever tiffs and misunderstandings arise between them.
Irritated with his possessive nature, Megha decides to marry her boss and moves to India. After their breakup, Bulan falls in love with Arun and he also starts loving her. At this juncture, Megha renters the scene. What happens next will form the crux of the story, which should be watched on screen.