Aryan earns a living by picking rags from the streets and selling it to shops. His dirty and unclean appearance does not appeal anyone.
Madhan, who is from an orthodox family, loves his neighbour Lissy but Gurudev, who is a rogue, disturbs them.
On the other hand Gurudev’s sister falls for Aryan. She tries to make Aryan understand her love for him but even after several attempts Aryan continues to behave like a mad person. Gurudev and his mother come to know about this love and plan to send Gurudev’s sister out of town.
What happened next and whether their love succeeded or not are to be seen in the rest of the movie.
Aryan has not even got a single dialogue in the film. His dirty appearance and facial expressions are suitable for a beggar’s role.
Madhan who acts as a person from an orthodox family finds it very difficult to emote. Both the heroines look too matured and their performances are also not impressive.
Director Munishankar has dragged a simple story to a lengthy 2 hour film. The film only has lots of inappropriate scenes and the comedy scenes hardly make us laugh.
The chaos caused by weak storyline and boring scenes make few viewers to leave the theatre in the first two scenes itself.
The music composition by Ravikiran is not suitable for the movie. Rajasekar’s cinematography is average.