Once upon a time there was a village called Govt Law College Tvm wherein lived a mighty and powerful group (atleast that is what they considered themselves to be)of domesticated animals called royal 5. Bordering this village was an enchanted and forbidden forest called the visitation. Some wild creatures who lived in that jungle came into contact with those village animals. The village animals who were thirsty for any contact with the creatures were totally floored by them in a very short time. The creatures were of varied hue and features which added to thier charm. The imposing tusker was called shee-a (SHEEBA), the cunning fox sa-itha (SAJITHA), the graceful cheetah b-ni (BINI), the brainless rabbit car-el (CARMEL) and the silent gazelle v-ni (VANI). First the creatures feasted on the mighty and powerful of the village animals and they got bored very soon. Looking for variety they turned their blood thirsty eyes on the inferior group which included a tadpole and a mosquito. (tadpole some how wriggled out of their jaws but the mosquito was hooked for life). Although the village animals knew that they were being preyed upon and exploited by the wild creatures, they just couldn't get out of the enchanting web spun by the creatures. It was because there was another village animal who was hooked to the creatures and it was none other than Mr.Mouse, the don, the protector, the sarpanch of the whole village. He was called M-rali (MURALI) and he was feared by all village animals because of his fearsome whiskers (if you still haven't got him here is the clue - he is the slender version of Paravoor Bharathan and he is not bald).
The creatures continued unabated their ruthless reign under the patronage of the don. They sucked the life blood out of many of the hapless village animals and left their poor souls wandering in the wilderness. Many of them became regular visitors of the village taverns and spent their days in drunken haze. Few of the animals remained sane and they called a meeting to save the village. In the meeting they devised a plan and the plan revolved around the don. They knew that without the don the creatures were not as dangerous. Among the creatures the don was partial to the fox and the cheetah, but he always proclaimed it was brotherly love and the creatures, cunning as always trumpeted the same. The plan of the village committee was to put it in the mind of the don that it was much more than brotherly love and that cheetah was enamored by the don. The plan worked out and the don started spending sleepless nights. His fearsome whiskers started going longer and longer. In the end he couldn’t stand it any longer and he declared his eternal love to the cheetah. The creatures panicked and declared that he is their lovely brother. Now it was the turn of the don to visit the tavern. Anyhow it ended the reign of the creatures and the village was saved.
Within a short time a big storm came and the creatures and the village animals were scattered apart.
Last i heard, all creatures were domesticated and are quite docile now. The end