Following this Senthil goes to the beach with his lover. There Sruthi Bala gets disturbed by the goon Kanal Kannan and his gang. Angered by this Senthil beats the goons and gives a complaint in the police station with their photos. But the inspector (Imman Annachi) refuses to take the complaint. So Senthil registers a petition against the inspector too. The area counsellor Sona tries to convince Senthil but even this effort ends up in vain. Then the issue reaches Venkatesh who is a big shot of the area. Venkatesh tries to solve this problem Senthil never gets convinced. Everything ends up in a fight and Senthil is kept under police custody for a day.
The next day when Senthil is released he goes out with the motive of committing suicide. On his way he meets Sarvajith and narrates everything that happened. Sarvajith says that he will kill all the six persons for which Senthil accepts to pay Rs 60,000. He gives Rs 12 as an advance for this agreement. They then shuffle and decide the order in which the murders have to be done. Sarvajith says he will kill
everyone within a week's time.
The next day when Senthil rings up to his office for his leave request he comes to know about the death of his officer. Assuming that Sarvajith would have done this he tries to prevent the next murder but before he could do anything the second person also gets killed.
Whether Senthil stops the other attempts and the aftermath has been narrated in the rest of the movie.
Senthil has given a better performance than his previous movies. He is very expressive in many scenes. Sruthi Bala has done her part well. Robo Shankar's comedy is enjoyable. Imman Annachi, Kanal Kannan, Sona, Venkatesh and Sarvajith have essayed their roles in their own style.
Director Venkatesh has made the movie on the basis of problems created in an innocent youngster’s life. Gnana Bala’s songs are enjoyable in Ramsurendar's music but the background music could have been much better. Manohar's cinematography gets the appreciation of the audience.