Since both Dhanush and Sathish are in love, they always seem to be busy with their girlfriends. They don’t tell Aravind about their love lives and therefore a split happens in the group.
Later on, Amy tells Dhanush about her dream house and how she wants to spend her time with him there. Dhanush is against the idea of staying away from his parents and this difference of opinion creates a rift between him and Amy. They split up and Dhanush proceeds with his life. He begins to work in his father’s office, gets married to Samantha and the family remains to be a happy unit.
At work, K.S. Ravikumar faces some trouble with his superior (Jayaprakash) and commits suicide. Dhanush also becomes jobless in the process and the entire family is traumatised by the series of events. How they handle their emotions and how Dhanush sterilises is the rest of the story.
The first half portrays Dhanush as a happy-go-lucky person whereas the second half transforms him into a responsible man. Dhanush has given an impressive performance. Amy Jackson seems to become more beautiful day by day. She looks so cute and her on-screen chemistry with Dhanush is good. Samantha has given a homely performance and fits the role perfectly. Sathish, K.S. Ravikumar, Radhika and Aravind have played their roles to perfection.
Though the movie is quite different from VIP, Velraj has done justice to the story. He has tried to insist that money is not everything and affection matters the most. The movie has no added drama and gives a real life feel.
Kumaran;s cinematography is exceptional during fight sequences and Anirudh’s music seems magical on screen. BGM is impressive as always.