That night Ajay's friends come there and ask for a party so Ajay parties in a room with his wife's permission. After the party, he just dozes off and when he wakes up in the morning he is shocked to see his newly wedded wife lying dead. The police suspect him and his friends but the postmortem report reveals the reason for her death as heart attack.
Ajay lives in agony and at the same time his family sense the presence of a supernatural power in the house. So they all leave the house except for Ajay. He meets a scientist to discuss about the supernatural power but even the scientist dies in a mysterious way. After that the hero's sister also faces her end in an unnatural manner. Finally whether Ajay finds out the culprit behind the murders or not is the rest of the story.
Debutant Ashraf has played the hero role and knowing the responsibility of the main character he has done his part well and gets the appreciation of the audience. Adhithi Sengappa does not have much scope to act but fulfills the given role.
Director Prabhu Yuvaraj has handled a psychologic thriller quite well in his first attempt itself. The flow of the story remains unpredictable and adds more strength to the movie. Camera works of Saravanan and Raj Aryan's background music adds depth to the thriller. The songs are pretty much average.