In the meantime, Arunachalam becomes a nominee in the local election and expects support from Duraipandi to confirm his victory but gets a negative answer instead. This leads to his defeat and causes a feud between them. Due to this, the families refuse to accept Nalan and Nandhini’s love. Therefore they get married in a temple and leave to the city in search of a better future.
In Chennai, Nandhini manages to become a teacher while Michael whiles away his time by trying to become a director. Whether Michael accomplishes his dream and unites the families is the rest of the story.
Being his debut film, Michael finds it a bit difficult to perform. He tries to prove his acting ability in sentimental scenes. Though Nanditha gets more importance in this movie, there is very little chance for her to perform. Actors Soori, Azhagamperumal, Jeyaprakash and Renuka perform their roles efficiently.
Ashwath music is good and Nizar’s cinematography has its own bright moments. The problems faced by a couple ending up in love marriage without family support is shown efficiently by director Venkatesan.
A strong screenplay would have helped for a better output of this film.