As expected, this second time collaboration of Sivakarthikeyan-Soori-Ponram has repeated the magic of 'Varuthapadatha Valibar Sangam' by using a similar template. The story primarily revolves around family disputes. Going by his name, one may mistake him to be an ardent Rajini fan but actually it is not. Just like his role in VVS, the actor plays the role of a jobless youngster. Being the son of a dignified school teacher, Sivakarthikeyan is close to his grandfather Rajkiran.
Siva falls in love with Keerthy Suresh after learning that the duo's fathers were thick friends. In fact, it is Keerthy Suresh's father who named Siva as Rajini Murugan, as he is a huge fan of Rajini. But their friendship comes to an end because of Sivakarthikeyan’s mischief which cannot be divulged. However, Sivakarthikeyan tries every possible way to attract Keerthy Suresh. Siva and his close friend Soori start a tea stall in front of her house and try every possible tactic to impress her. However, Keerthy Suresh's father warns her to not fall for him.
As the film travels in a fun mode, Rajkiran decides to write a testament and hand over all his wealth to his family members. That's when Samuthirakani enters the scene claiming himself to be a grandson of Rajkiran. Samuthirakani is a local goon who also stays in the same village. Is Samuthirakani the real grandson of Rajkiran? What will happen to Siva - Keerthy Suresh's love story? All these will be answered in the second half of the movie.
The film primarily rides on the shoulders of Rajkiran, Samuthirakani, Siva Karthikeyan and Soori. Director Ponram has once again proved his expertise in delivering a pure lighthearted comedy entertainer perfectly tailored for the family audience. Sivakarthikeyan perfects his role with ease. Every time the actor appears on screen, there is applause.
The comedy is supremely complemented by Soori with his unexpected hilarious one-liners. As usual Siva's combination scenes with Soori offer several fun moments. Keerthy Suresh who appears in the role of Karthika Devi, a bubbly loud-mouthed girl shines well. Her cute expressions and polished act are worth the mention. Veteran actor Rajkiran who is known for his rural-based characters, is one of the strong pillars of the film. He has shined well in his role of a loving grandfather. Samuthirakani's performance as a terrorizing baddie is good too. Kudos to the director for the perfect casting.
Nonetheless D. Imman's songs were already a hit among audiences even before the film's release and it has helped a lot to pull the crowd to theatres. Balasubramaniem's cinematography is colourful and has enhanced the festive mood of the film. On the whole, the film has all elements to attract the B and C centre audience with its content and high dose of comedy perfectly suitable for this festive mood.