Naturally, the heroine becomes a person of interest to the rather heartless playboy. Pursuing her relentlessly, he proposes to her. With his parents living abroad, Nishanth has a free reign on his lifestyle which the heroine does not approve of. Having fallen hard for her, Nishanth takes a solemn vow and attempts to reform.
Nishanth forces her to accept his love while Mathi hesitates to confess his love. In addition to the two suitors, Kanmani’s parents also decide to look for an appropriate groom. The rest of the story is about Kanmani’s choice.
Kalki, the protagonist of the movie, portrays a charming and bubbly Kanmani, though her expressions during poignant scenes do require some work. Prabhu Saravanan’s acting was mild. He seemed to struggle during fight sequences. Nishanth was also disappointing as he did not bring the right emotion on screen.
The dialogues were not natural and seemed like a pathetic attempt to sound poetic. The climax was a misfit and the direction was not up to the mark. The music and songs in the movie need a lot of improvement.