Suddenly Gandhi comes under the scrutiny of police. He gives money to all the witnesses through his friends and frees himself from the case. Unfortunately, an affected victim approaches a don to recover his money from Gandhi. The gang kidnaps him and keeps him in a dilapidated workshop and tortures him for money. Gandhi seeks the help of his friends but they deceive him instead. To escape from the situation Gandhi bluffs that he has a plan to earn 100 crores and if the don spares his life he will share the same.
On the contrary, he informs the cops to arrest the gang. Gandhi marries Bhanu and settles down near the foothills. Will he lead a peaceful life or will the don kill him is the rest of the story.
Natraj suits the role so well and wins our appreciation for his casual looks and dialogue delivery. Good looking Ishara pleases us with her modest acting. Though many of the actors are new, they have shown their talents in an effective way.
Director H. Vinoth has conveyed his script beautifully in a brisk manner. The strong screenplay forms the backbone of this movie. Timely dialogue deliveries make the scenes more impressive. Sean Roldan’s BGM adds life to the visuals. G. K. Venkatesh’s cinematography gets appreciation for the car chase scenes.