Amidst this, the village witnesses mysterious murders of women who lead their life in an illegal way. In the mean time, Ravindran's father objects his son's love and sends him to Mumbai to keep him away from Dhivya. Soon after that, even Dhivya goes missing and her father Nizhalgal Ravi files a complaint in the police station. When Ravindran returns from Mumbai, he also lodges a complaint against his father thinking that he could be the culprit.
What happens to Dhivya, whether the lovers are able to re unite in their life and the real culprit behind the murders are narrated in the rest of the movie.
Ravindran, who plays the hero in this film, is able to portray a romantic rich family guy who fights against his father. Having taken up a bold character, he can be appreciated for doing it neatly. Heroine Dhivya attracts the audience in the romantic scenes and song sequences. Nizhalgal Ravi registers himself as a responsible father.
The struggles that are faced by a young lad who gets disturbed by women during his childhood has been utilized as the main knot of the story by director Raghavan. Though he has developed the story line with love and sentiment, the lack of communication creates a set back to the film. Even the comedy sequences are not that enjoyable.
Songs are to the average in Soundaryan's music. The back ground music work of Shankar-Ganesh can be rated better. Sekar V.Joseph could have taken more care in his camera works.