This makes Udhaya reveal about an accused involved in a murder case being investigated by Nassar. There is a difference between the names given by Nassar and Udhaya. Inorder to find out the truth, Nassar appoints a cop to monitor the activities of Udhaya.
Meanwhile, Udhaya shifts to a new rented house with his friend Jagan. The house broker warns him not to enter the room at the top floor. Udhaya’s curiosity makes him to enter the room and he finds Kanika Tiwari there.
In a short while, Udhaya realizes that he is talking to Kanika’s spirit and asks her about her life. Kanika replies saying that she doesn’t know who she is and insists that she is not dead.
Udhaya takes efforts to find out who Kanika is and comes to know that she is a doctor who is currently struggling for life in coma stage.
He also finds out that there is a connection between Kanika’s coma and the murder case investigated by Nassar.
What happens next has been revealed in the rest of the screenplay.
Hero Udhaya fits well into his character and has done it casually. Kanika Tiwari attracts the audience by her looks and realistic acting.
Nassar has done justice to his role and scenes involving Jagan, Manobala, Devadarshini and Munishkanth are hilarious.
Director Kandeepan has taken a small subject but succeeded in directing it skilfully. He could have handled the film’s characterization more efficiently. Rajesh K.Narayanan's camera brings out the beauty of Malaysia. Songs and the BGMs score are good in Srikanth Deva's music.