Meanwhile, Rajaji gets into a relationship with Parvathy Nair while Natty falls for Rajaji's sister Sanchita Shetty. At one instance Rajaji gets to know about the love story of his sister and walks out of the business. At the same instance both Rajini and Kamal's film release at the same time. In the tiff between fans things go out of hand for the heroes who will have to save their lives at a point of time. How they do it and why are they targeted forms the story of Engitta Modhathey.
As Rajini's fan, Natty follows the mannerism of the man he adores and he nails it. When compared to his previous flicks, Rajaji has developed as an actor and his love scenes as a Kamal fan is interesting to watch. As always, the veteran Radha Ravi has nabbed another strong role which he excels with his experience and finesse.
As his henchman, Vijay Murugan has done a great job as an antagonist. Sanchita has done her role in her usual best manner. She shows her acting prowess in the love sequences. Parvathy, in a village role for the first time, has brought her experience to the table. Despite the fact that the costumes don't really fit her persona, she makes up to it with her acting.
Director Ramu Chellappa has done a splendid job with his screenplay. His vision of the 80s is brought to life in a lively manner. The dialogues too are intriguing. Sankara Narayanan Natarajan's music and Ganesh Chandra's cinematography add strength to the flick.
Overall, Engitta Modhathey is a flick that's as interesting as today's battle between the fans of different stars.