Venkatramanan's drinking habit leads to difference of opinion between the couple. To stop this habit Madhumitha advises him to worship Lord Ayyappa and go to Sabari Malai. Though Venkatramanan refuses in the beginning he then follows her advice. He spends his time in teaching his children. Even then he is not able to refrain himself from drinking so he starts consuming liquor in front of the
children and then loses his job too.
Whenever he wants to drink, he asks his wife for money. Since she refuses to give the money, he tries to get money from people who come to consume liquor. After all these efforts failed he starts stealing. One day Venkatramanan's wife and children bring him back home when he is seen lying near a garbage dump in drunken state.
Madhumitha makes him stay at home but he continues to give her troubles. At one stage he forces her to consume liquor so she leaves the house with the children. What happens after that and whether Venkatramanan gives up drinking and joins his family is to be seen in the screenplay.
Venkatramanan who has acted in the lead role is the producer and the director of this movie. He fits well in his character and his acting is enjoyable. But at one stage it is boring to see him drunk all the time. The director gets an appreciation for picturing the social effects caused by a drunkard. Since he had worked in serials and documentaries even this film gives the viewers the feeling of visualizing a
short film or a serial.
The director himself dominates in many scenes. Few more characters could have been added to make the film more interesting. Madhumitha has done her part in a casual and impressive way. The children have done the given part neatly.
Gana Bala's song is enjoyable in Kannan's music. Other than that the background music or the cinematography of Vedha Selvam is not up to the mark.