Hero Sagar works as a tourist guide in Kutralam. Heroine Keerthy Krishna, who is his uncle's daughter, loves him so deeply and wants to marry him. In this situation, a foreigner (who is interested in research works) and his wife come to stay in Kutralam to do a research. As days go, the researcher's wife develops her interest towards the hero. Even the hero is attracted to the woman and be with her all the time. But at one stage, the researcher's wife starts showing a hatred feeling towards Sagar.
What happens after that and whether heroine Keerthy is able to unite herself with the hero form the crux of the story.
Debutante hero Sagar's rich costumes doesn't do justice to his tourist guide role. Nothing much can be expected from his acting side either. Heroine Keerthy Krishna looks beautiful and fits apt in a village girl get up but has to work more to prove her talents.
Picturing the researcher with a French beard and a coat, suit shows the cliched pattern of the movie makers. The second heroine Sreya Jose looks appealing in her modern costumes but her performance is average.
Director Stanley Jose has tried to picture a different love story with a village back drop but fails to make it impressive. The selection of the artists is not up to the mark and does not do any great help. The camera works of Ranjith Ravi are not clear. Like wise, the songs and the BGMs of Krishnaprasath Dwaraka fails to attract the viewers.
On the whole Andha Kuyil Neethana sounds very weak.