Vikranth seems to be very isolated even after the friends grow up. Arvind Singh and Abinaya who works as a nurse fall in love with each other but Abinaya's maternal uncle wants to marry her. Abhinaya’s relative and Bose Venkat work under Rahul Venkat who is a big don in Chennai and a leading criminal in trafficking women into prostitution.
Arvind and Abinaya marry each other and this irks Abhi’s uncle. He plans to put her into trouble by forcing her into prostitution.
Meanwhile, Vikranth happens to see Arul Dass in Chennai and chases him to take revenge. He also comes to know that his friend Arvind Singh’s wife is being tortured by Arul Dass.
The rest of the story reveals whether Vikranth seeks revenge and saves Abhinaya from the villains.
Actor Vikranth has made his screen presence after a long gap and has scored well in his acting. His performance is very realistic and subtle.
Abinaya has also done her portions well. The other heroine has less scope to perform. Arul Dass is terrific as a villain. The other actors have done justice to their roles.
Director Sanjeev grabs the audience attention right from the first ten minutes of the movie. He can be appreciated for giving more importance to action and sentiment scenes rather than romance scenes.
Sujith Sarang's cinematography and Jakes Bejoy's BGMs are very supportive to the story line. The song that has actors Vishal, Arya and Vishnu Vishal along with Vikranth is very enjoyable.