This problem creates a riot between the villages and Bose Venkat loses his life in this chaos. Atharva grows up and leaves to Singapore for a job. When he returns back he falls in love with Anandhi, daughter of Lal. Lal is against this but Atharva challenges Lal tha he will marry Anandhi.
In this situation, Atharva happens to know about the plight of the neighbouring villagers without proper water. He decides to help them by putting an end to this issue.
Lal, who is a local head in Atharva’s village gets irked by his behaviour and warns him.
What happens next has been revealed in the rest of the screenplay.
Hero Atharva has registered himself as a typical village lad with a smart performance. The young hero looks very casual in fight scenes. Anandhi is very impressive and fits well to her character. Lal threatens in his villainy attitude. The other cast have also done their portions well.
Director Sarkunam has come up with a crisp script and is successful in picturing it neatly with efficient artists. He can be appreciated for his decent work. Songs are catchy in Arunagiri's music and Sabesh Murali's BGMs are very supportive to the screenplay. P.G.Muthaiah's camera brings out the beauty of the villages.