Meanwhile, Shalini (Amala Paul) becomes their neighbor and gradually become friends with Raghu. Eventually, she gets attracted to him and falls in love with him. Due to a small tiff, Raghu avoids speaking with his mother and stays angry with her. His negligence during his father and brother’s absence leads to Bhuvana’s death.
His mother’s organs are donated and a rich man's daughter, Anita (Surabhi) benefits out of it. In return, Raghu is offered a job at the rich man’s construction company. Seeing his mother in Anita, Raghu accepts the job and starts working sincerely. When he gets a government contract, Arun (Amitash), a rival company’s heir tries to play spoilsport. How Raghu succeeds at the end is the rest of the story.
This being Dhanush’s 25th film, the weightage for his dialogues can be understood. He scores well in action sequences as well as dialogue deliveries. He reminds us of Superstar in certain scenes. Amala Paul does not have much scope in the role and comes across as a pleasing persona who impresses us with her facial expressions. Samuthirakani is a comfortable fit for his role and his experience shows in his interactions with Dhanush. Saranya, as usual, performs her character well as an affectionate mother. Vivek doesn’t have the intended effect but some comedy dialogues are enjoyable due to the timing.
All the songs have come out well in Anirudh's music. Special credit can be given to the background music and “Amma” song which is very emotional. This is a directorial debut for cinematographer Velraj and he has handled both the duties well.
On the whole, this movie is a family-drama turned commercial entertainer.