Hero Jai, who discontinues his studies in his home town, lands in Chennai for a better future. He stays with his uncle, V.T.V.Ganesh and tries many jobs but does not stick to any work for long. Jai's friend Santhanam works in a courier company and the friends spend their free time roaming around Chennai.
During one such round, Jai meets Yami Gautam and falls for her. Wishing to meet her daily, he joins the courier company which works in her area. At one stage, everything falls in the right place and Yami too starts loving Jai.
Amidst this, Ashutosh Rana, a leading doctor in Chennai, indulges himself in illegal abortions to a large scale. He sells the stem cells of the aborted fetuses to foreign countries and mint money from the business. When a ward boy, Thambi Ramaiah, smells it, he approaches social activist Nassar to find out the truth. Ramaiah sends a courier to Nassar that contains the needed details about this illegal business and Jai has been assigned to deliver this parcel to Nassar.
On the other hand, the doctor comes to know about this and make efforts to get back the details. What happens after that and whether Jai makes it perfect can be enjoyed in the silver screens.
Hero Jai has portrayed his character in a casual manner and makes the audience enjoy his performance. Bollywood star Yami Gautam has done justice to the given part. V.T.V.Ganesh and Santhanam give guarantee for the hilarious scenes and Santhanam's counter dialogues look fresh as ever.
Villain Ashutosh Rana fails to be terrific but the experienced acting of Nassar, Saranya Ponvannan and Thambi Ramaiah adds strength to the screenplay.
Director Premsai has taken a sensitive knot and pictured it in a clear and simple manner. But, the movie would have come out better if the screenplay had been more effective.
Songs are good with Karthik's music and Sandeep Gauda's back ground music works are excellent. The camera works of Sathya Ponmar make all the scenes colourful.
Summing up, TTA will have its place among the audience.