Ansiba too accepts him and they begin seeing each other and spending more time together. One day, the decide to go watch a film and are caught during a television channel's broadcast while coming out of the theater. This gets telecast in the channel and the people of the town begin gossiping their own versions of stories. Ansiba's father Livingston is hurt by all that is being said about his daughter in the town and he denounces her actions.
Meanwhile, Bharathan's father, Jayaprakash suggests an alliance between both their families as their children are already in a relationship which Livingston too accepts would be an approapriate way to move forward. At their engagement, Bharathan's brother, who runs his business out of town comes and suggests he too would like to get married on the same stage as his younger brother and with Ansiba's sister. This moment is captured on video that is being streamed across the auditorium where the engagement is taking place and Livingston takes this as a moment of personal shame. However, he recuperates soon after and announces that both his daughters are getting engaged with Jayaprakash's sons.
Next, they get married and one day, a problem erupts at their house after which Ansiba's sister depicts it in a wrong manner and leaves for her father's home in anger. As a result, the problem transcends to a level where Bharathan goes to the verge of hitting Livingston and Ansiba is angered by his action. The rest of the lot revolves around whether they all make amends to their relationships and how they all come together collectively for a solution.
Bharathan is a natural act and has done a good job. Along with Soori and Black Pandi, he delights on several occasions. Ansiba has done a decent job and nails the romantic scenes. Soori is in top form off late and his track along with Black Pandi is a delight. The duo puling Ganja Karuppu's legs throughout the narrative is fun-filled and reminds us of the Kalavani days. Livingston and Jayaprakash have brought in their experience yet again and have played their parts in a satisfactory manner.
Director S. P. Rajkumar needs to be complimented for his attempt to make a film that is centered on comedy and drama; especially the chemistry between Bharathan and Soori is the biggest USP. Although the director has paid importance to shooting the film well, he has failed to deliver an engaging screenplay. Arul Dev's songs are average, but has come out on top in the background score department. TM Moovendhar's cinematography skills come to the fore and he has shot the village landscape in a beautiful manner.
In short, Pakkanum Pola Irukku has comedy, but lacks punch.