In the meantime, Shravya's brother Riyaz Khan, a police officer comes to know about his sister's relationship with Yuvan. Riyaz Knan and Yuvan have already clashed together and things did not turn out well. He then calls Shravya and Yuvan and orders them to end their relationship which the young couple don't pay any heed to. Miffed by their actions, Riyaz Khan plots to get his revenge on Yuvan. He then begins a MLM company and cons people saying they were all Yuvan's wrongdoings, which leads him in jail. How Yuvan comes out of this mess and whether he gets united with Shravya forms the rest of the plot of Vilayattu Aarambam.
Directors AR Surriyan and Vijay R Anand have made a film that brings to light the problems that ensue in the name of wrongdoings that MLM companies do and the youth who are conned into earning large sums of money by taking up such jobs. The two have tried their best to showcase the good and the bad that comes with taking this job and their efforts to tackle a socially relevant topic needs to be lauded.
Yuvan, who has been seen in films looking innocent once again emulates the same look and appearance in this film too. We are unable to accept him as an IT employee as yet and he needs to put a bit more effort in his acting. Shravya looks beautiful, but needs to amp her up acting skills. 'Power Star' Srinivasan's antics in the name of comedy only deter our moods while Riyaz Khan is the only saving grace when it comes to the cast and their performances.
Srikanth Deva's songs are enjoyable and he has scored well in the background score department as well. Despite few shortcomings in certain scenes, Arunmozhi's cinematography skills come to the fore for the most part.
In short, Vilayattu Aarambam is battle for success.