The film Yaanai Mel Kuthirai Sawaari has portrayed Mottai Rajendran, comedian/ villain of Kollywood, as a romantic hero and the plot is tipped to be a full-length comedy.
Rajendran and Swaminathan live in a village and are into the weaving business as partners. Muthuraman is comparatively richer than these two and he also runs a weaving industry in a better position. Heroine Archana singh, who lives alone with her brother after her mother's death, works as a wager in Muthuraman's firm. All these three guys have an eye on Archana and want to attain her.
One day, Archana's aunt visits her and says that her son wishes to marry Archana and it can be made possible if Archana repays half of her debts. When Archana approaches Muthuraman for help, his demand makes her reject the request. Meanwhile, the school going friends of her brother come forward to help her. What happens after that and the happy ending are narrated in the rest of the story.
The movie totally revolves around the heroine as there is no male lead in this film. Archana singh scores in her looks but fails to impress the audience. She should have worked more to catch up with the story line. Mottai Rajendran and Swaminathan have done their best to make the viewers laugh. Muthuraman makes it terrific with his villainic attitudes. Krishnamoorthy's performance gets a special mention for his ability to portray two different characters.
Director Karuppiah Murugan has made his maiden venture without a hero but the easily predicted suspense sequences make the film uninteresting. The dialogues add strength to the film.
Songs are with the music of Imalayan but Taj Noor could have given more attention to his background music. Mohan's cinematography can be rated average only.