One day Achitha visits her sister in the neighboring town where school children often go missing. Achitha happens to see the village priest kidnapping a boy. She passes the message to her sister's husband who in turn informs the police and they arrest the priest. Not proven guilty, the priest is then released from the jail and he plans to take revenge on Achitha.
Meanwhile Achitha gets attracted to her sister's husband. Whether she gets what she desires or whether the priest takes revenge is the rest of the story.
Manickavel has tried his best to act but fails to impress. Achitha scores in her acting. The priest, Raja, who is also the producer of the movie suits the role well. The director has given him minimum scenes.
The director has concentrated more on love sequences than the main plot. The first half is too long and the comedy portions are not up to the mark. Only one song sounds good in Rithesh's music and extra care should have been given to background music.