Sai's loyalty to Suman earns him 2 acres of land and to his surprise he finds a statue of Sai Baba in it. He duly hands it over to the Government against the wish of his parents, Delhi Ganesh and Vadivukarasi.
To his surprise the statue reappears in his house and through Ajay Rathnam he finds out that he was a Sai devotee in his previous birth. He also comes to know that he did not succeed in his attempt to raise a temple for Sai Baba then.
Whether he is able to accomplish the feat in this birth against all odds is Aboorva Mahaan.
Debutant Sai shines in his role as a devout Bhakth of Sai Baba and Suman is magnificent in his negative role. Delhi Ganesh and Vadivukarasi as the hero's parents, Power Star Srinivasan as the hero's friend have all done a commendable job. Thalaivaasal Vijay eases into his role as Sai Baba.The entire screenplay is pivoted around him and he has shouldered the responsibility with great commitment.
Amidst a charade of ghost movies , Director Manimuthu's attempt to make a movie about the omnipotent is commendable. However he could have concentrated more on the spiritual elements in his screenplay.
Sreenivasan's cinematography and Dashi's music are real assets to the movie.