Amidst this, Shanthi joins the same college where Venkat studies. Venkat is attracted to her and at one stage even the heroine accepts his love. While Venkat's father accepts this relationship, the heroine's father is against it.
More over, he challenges that he will get her married to some other person in front of Venkat. In return, Venkat fumes back that he will kill the bride groom. What happens after that and the happy result are narrated in the rest of the story.
Though all the artists are new to the field they have tried to bring out their best. Hero Venkat fits well in his character and has shown some responsibility in his acting. Shanthi has portrayed her character in a casual pattern.
The artist who comes as the hero's father registers himself as a responsible teacher and a social activist while the heroine's father attracts the audience with his comedy mixed villanic attitude.
Director Srijar can be appreciated for giving out a small budget film to the liking of the viewers with a good mixture of love and romance. The songs are average with the music of Joe and Smith. The back ground music could have been given more attention. The camera works of Thirunavukarasu are enjoyable.