Although they both belong to the same Brahmin caste they pretend to be Muslims. During the journey a co-passenger clicks an abusive photo of Priya in his mobile phone. Raghavan condemns this and surrenders the person to the police. This incident causes them to become friends.
After two days when they travel back to Chennai they get a chance to meet again and exchange their mobile numbers. They start talking daily and eventually become lovers. Just to keep up the charade, both of them learn Muslim practices.
Meanwhile both parents start looking out for prospective alliances and it is then that they come to know about the truth. Since both belong to the same caste the parents accept their love and start the marriage arrangements. The pair stops the marriage as they are not able to accept the fact that they never knew this side of each other as they both believed themselves to be Muslims. Did they finally tie the knot is the rest of the story.
Jai fits into the character well and gives a commendable performance. Nazriya has shown good variation in both the roles. Since the entire movie revolves round the hero and the heroine the other characters don't get much importance.
'Nenjukkul poththi vaippen' song scores musically. Loganathan's cinematography has made the movie colourful. Director Aneesh has taken a sensitive subject and handled it neatly. Though the first half moves interestingly, the second part doesn’t match it. If little extra attention was given to the screenplay and climax then this movie would have become a memorable one.