After their release, Inspector Divakar gets them a job in a known jewellery shop. The shop owner, who is involved in smuggling, utilizes these boys for his selfish goals. At one stage, two boys get caught by the police and the owner blames them as the culprits. The friends escape from the police and plan to murder the jeweller as well as the inspector who acted as an accomplice to the jeweller.
Amidst this, one of the friends starts loving the jeweller's daughter. Since she is in love with someone else she refuses his proposal. The girl's brother, who was apparently in love with a girl of a lower status, commits suicide as their father refuses to accept his love. Later the jeweller's daughter finds out that her lover is behind the death of her brother. Whether the group of friends accomplish their plan or not is the rest of the story.
The four friends have tried their best to give a good performance but it is not up to the mark. Ashmitha looks matured and does not score in her acting. The other casts have tried to do their roles well.
The movie is too long with lot of twists and flashback. The director himself has scored the music and written the lyrics but does not impress the audience. The camera work by Anandh Menon is average.