A poor neighbor tries to put his child in a private school to get a good education but he fails to pay the exorbitant fees and the child is sent out of the school. Feeling bad about this, the parents kill their child and commit suicide.
On seeing this, Arjun wishes to bring a change in the education system so that even poor people will get access to good education. He holds a press meet in which he demands the government to take up the private schools for the benefit of providing equality in education. While the public welcome this move, the private school owners turn against him. Whether Arjun is able to escape from their plot and achieve his goal is narrated in the rest of the story.
Though Arjun has taken this movie after a long gap he still seems to be young and active as in his previous ventures. It is shown that fighting for the public needs and the basic right of good education is also counted as patriotism. Apart from few scenes in the beginning, the rest of the movie is carried out in a good pace.
Surveen Chawla with her good looks has done her portion well. The comedy of Mayilsamy and Bramanantham is not that effective. Songs are catchy in Arjun Janya's music and the cinematography of Venugopal can be enjoyed.