The village is shown as the pinnacle of virtue and the villagers exhibit great humanity and togetherness.
The cops in the village’s police station enjoy their worktime in a leisure manner as they have got nothing to worry about. The village remains trouble free and the villagers lead a happy and peaceful life.
The cops in the local police station, Arulnithi, Singampuli, Bagavathi Perumal and Rajkumar get into trouble after a job transfer is being announced and their efforts to stay back in the same village forms the rest of the screenplay.
The flick’s lead man Arulnidhi has done his portions well. The actor who is well known for choosing apt scripts that suit him has exhibited a neat and realistic performance.
Ramya Nambeesan, who plays a teacher’s role in the film has done justice to her role and has expressed a flawless acting in the film.
Actors like Singampuli, Bagavathi Perumal and Rajkumar have done their best and their scenes are hilarious.
Director Srikrishna has come up with a fun-filled entertainer which has huge doses of humour. The first half is racy and the second half is a bit draggy.
Songs in Rajin’s music are up to the mark and he could have concentrated more on BGM. Mahesh Muthuswamy’s cinematography is commendable.