In the midst of this, one of the girls wanders off into the forest and doesn't return back. However, her screams for help awakens one of her friends from a deep sleep and he immediately go in search for her. He too doesn't come back and the rest of the gang decide to split up to go find the two. The rest of the plot revolves around whether they manage to find each other and what the mystery surrounds Savarikkadu.
Nobody in the film can be called a hero or heroine in this film since Rajapandi, Ravindran, Krishnakumar, Renuka and Swathi all have equally prominent roles. Although Soori and Robo Shankar appear in only few scenes, they doe their jobs in making us laugh. The rest of the supporting cast have done a decent job with their roles.
Director MN Krishnakumar has shown the friendship between the five friends in a good manner, but has failed in terms of his script and screenplay. If one were to look at the film as a comedy flick, there are no laugh out loud moments. If the film is passed out as a horror venture, barely do we feel scared. The only shocking moment that viewers come across is towards the end when the words "to be continued" appear. AT Indiravarman's songs as well as background score are average. However, K Gokul's cinematography skills come to the fore and he has done a good job.
In short, Savarikkadu is too ordinary.