His friend suggests him to consume liquor to be free from this agony. So he goes to his house after buying some liquor bottles but before Naga could drink the bottles are broken. Naga feels that someone else is present there and asks his friend to stay with him but the spirit frightens his friend. They bring a fake priest to drive the spirit. The priest tries to extort money from Naga and the spirit attacks him too.
Then Naga knows it is Prayaga and they all stay upstairs.
Naga's mother comes and stays in the house. She gets injured in the bathroom and is admitted in the hospital by neighbors. Naga thinks that the spirit is the reason behind it. He asks Prayaga's father Radha Ravi to take away the spirit but it refuses to leave the place.
Naga's mother then explains what happened and Naga feels that the spirit is not harmful. He decides to take revenge for Prayaga's death. Whether he is able to find out the truth and do the needful is the rest of the story.
Naga is very expressive and has done his work well. Though given a little chance, Prayaga scores in her acting and looks beautiful.
Radha Ravi can be given a special mention for his good work. Director Mysskin has done this movie in his usual style with a different storyline. The idea that a human being who wants to take revenge on others are evil and not the spirit has been explained in his own style.
Ravi Roy's cinematography is excellent and unique as seen in many of Mysskin's movies. Arrol Corelli's music is good. Even the editing and sound mixing is impressive.