The story is based on Kavin and Nayana, a couple of seven year olds who are hyperactive. They can never be quiet and are always upto some mischief. This has caused quite a frustration to their parents who are clueless on bringing them to terms.
At one point, both the families move to the same apartments and the kids become friends. They are quite naughty together and therefore are sent to hostels. One fine day, they escape from the hostel and end up back home. Not knowing how to proceed further, the parents seek the help of child psychiatrist Tamil Naadan.
How Tamil helps the kid to ease into the system and how he helps the parents to understand them better is the rest of the story.
Nishesh, Vaishnavi have done their roles perfectly well. Their innocent pranks are quite adorable. Muneeshkanth and Vidya Pradeep have showcased their emotions as a distraught parent pretty well. Karthik Kumar and Bindhu Madhavi give a commendable performance as a couple.
Suriya has portrayed a different role in this movie and he is at ease onscreen. Amala Paul who comes as a teacher is expressive and captures our attention with her acting.
Pandiraj is known for his script and he impresses us once again with ‘Pasanga-2’. The director has tried to emphasise on the need for better education system and evaluation methods. With a strong cast and good dialogues, he delivers the movie beautifully.
Balasubramaniem’s cinematography is a major plus to the movie and Arrol Corelli’s music is pleasant.