Bharath (Arulnithi), a cab driver, and Sushila (Mahima), a nurse, who’ve been seeing one another for a while, dream of a married life. When they’re breaking heads over acquiring permission from the latter’s father for a similar, in the future, she bumps into Ganesh (Ajmal), who saves her life when somebody misbehaves together with her. After a few encounters, she realizes that Ganesh is a womanizer, who has trapped her good friend Rupali (Chaya Singh), who’s vexed with an sad married life. He leads a three-member workforce, which is into blackmailing folks in numerous methods for cash. Sushila complains about him to Bharath when she couldn’t take his torture any extra.
Bharath decides to tackle Ganesh on one evening. Interestingly, two strangers, industrialists Murugesan (Anandraj) and Narein (Aadukalam Narein), additionally got down to end off Ganesh across the similar time. The three of them go to Ganesh’s house and discover that Maaya (Suja Varunee), one of many three-member workforce, is murdered. Quite shocked at this, they run for his or her life. Who killed her? Where have Ganesh and Anita (Vidya Pradeep) disappeared? What’s the connection between Ganesh and the 2 industrialists? Why did Ganesh torture Rupali? In the midst of all these, there may be Vyjayanthi (Lakshmy Ramakrishnan), against the law novelist, who needs to make use of this intriguing episode for her fiftieth work.
The main attraction of the movie is its two hours length and racy screenplay. Each scene and each character are associated to the crime, the institution of which has been executed in an clever means. Arulnithi impresses once more together with his selection of script and efficiency. Leaving him, each different artiste within the story has equal significance and contributes in their very own means. Anandraj manages to impress in just a few scenes, whereas others are apt of their respective roles. The movie leaves a slew of inquiries to the viewers at interval level. The plot will get thicker because the story strikes ahead within the second half. With loads of twists and turns, this whodunit is a satisfying watch for many who love homicide mysteries, because of its edge-of-the-seat narrative type. The icing on the cake is the dual climax and the final scene which has ample scope for a riveting sequel.