Once, when Naren is standing on the road along with the police, the woman who kidnaps the baby happens to meet them and starts running to escape from them. On seeing this, Naren and the police team chase the woman but she gets hurt by a running vehicle and falls down. Though Naren admits her in a hospital, she slips into a coma stage. Wanting to know the details about his baby, Naren takes care of her medical expenses. But, all his efforts go in vain when the woman breaths her last after eight years without any improvement.
When Naren is in a depressed situation, he gets an information about his daughter being brought up in an orphanage. Whether Naren is able to find out his own child and reunite with her form the crux of the movie.
Hero Naren captures the audience attention with his experienced acting skills. He expresses the sorrowful feelings of a father who has lost his child in an elegant manner. Even Vijalakshmi equally scores for her talented performance. She is very much admirable while expressing the pain of losing a child.
Apart from this two adults, the children who have performed in this film have done a wonderful job. They are too good in expressing their emotions and a special applause can be given to the orphanage children for emoting their anguish when they happen to compete the children that are brought up by the parents.
Director Kalyan Kumar has neatly pictured how a child would lose its happiness and its rights when it happens to get into the hands of wrong people. More over, he is able to extract the maximum co-operation from the participants. The agony of the orphanage children and the good thinking of the kids are visualized in an efficient manner.
Songs are okay with R.Pavan Kumar's music and the back ground music looks apt to the situation. Jemin Jom Ayyaneth's camera works are enjoyable.