One day he meets a god-man and tells him about his wish to become rich. The god-man informs Mithun that he will be blessed with a baby boy soon and if that happens he will become rich. The god-man also warns him that if a girl is born, it will harm his life. Mithun is hopeful that he will be blessed with a boy.
Meanwhile, the filmmaker introduces us to a Christian couple who wait eagerly to get blessed with a baby and a shaman who plans to kill a baby born on a specific star to gain supernatural powers.
Mithun is blessed with a baby girl and he hates the baby thinking that her birth would turn fatal to him. One day, an astrologer once again warns Mithun about the baby’s birth and Mithun finally tries to kill the baby. He tries to kill the baby two times but the baby survives.
One day Mithun goes to the beach along with his family and the new-born goes missing. Meanwhile, the Christian couple who see the baby in their car decide to take the baby along with them and the shaman’s men come in search of the baby.
Does Mithun get back his daughter? Is the baby brought up by the Christian couple? Did the Shaman’s men abduct the baby? What happens to the baby girl is revealed in the rest of the story.
The film’s hero Mithun fits perfectly in the priest role. He has tried his hands on humor, but it has not come out well. Female lead Mansi has acted well. She has acted cheerfully in the first half and has expressed the feelings of a mother who misses her baby in the second half. Other characters have done their part well.
Director Ranjith Bose has tried to give a film which insists on treating women with respect but has failed to build a strong screenplay. Lot of unwanted scenes could have been removed from the movie. The songs sound normal in L.V.Ganesan’s music. Background music could have been much better. There is nothing special about Kapil.K.Gautham’s cinematography.