One day, Arun visits Vaidehi’s college to deliver cake for a function. Vaidehi gets impressed with the poem written on the cake, and after learning that it was Arun who has written the poem, she falls for him. Vaidehi keeps insisting Arun to accept her love but Arun happens to be disinterested.
After a long wait, Vaidehi threatens him to come to a particular place and the latter agrees to it. Meanwhile, Vaidehi's father gets to know about her affair, which leads to a string of unexpected events. To know what happens next, watch the film in theatres!
Though the character of Arun has been designed as a person who is a versatile poet, the hero is not impressive while talking about poems. However, the actor has managed to register his role as a casual youngster next door. Heroine Vaidehi does not fit in as the high class college student.
Director Mahendra Ganapathy has tried to register the love between a high class girl and a scheduled class youngster in a poetic fashion, but failed to strike it big. The dialogues and shots do not get along with the screenplay. But the director can be appreciated for highlighting the importance of Tamil language in his debut venture. Songs are okay in Soundarya Nandakumar's music and Sevilo Raja's cinematography is enjoyable.
On the whole, 'Nanaiyatha Mazhaiye' looks nice but is not worth the ticket cost!