The film begins with Sachiin Joshi shooting his wife Esha Gupta, and then being remanded to custody by his father-in-law, Prabhu. Though he is heartbroken over his beloved daughter's brutal death and missing body, he exhibits a suspicious level of curiosity in finding out why Sachiin murdered her.
While Kishore an eccentric cop, investigates the mystery behind the murder, Sachiin faces the wrath of Supreeth who is his chief warden at the prison in Goa. Supreeth hates the hero, and vows to kill him while he is within the premises of the jail, as he believes that Sachiin killed his brother Vamsi Krishna during a kabaddi match. The rest of the plot revolves around why Sachiin kills his wife? why did he kill Vamsi Krishna? and who he actually is?
Sachiin Joshi has pulled of the role of a murder suspect and as a lover really well, where as the veteran actor Prabhu as usual has given his best. Beautiful Esha Gupta has given a good performance, and Kishore who plays the role of an intelligent cop has done and appreciative acting. Finally, As I Am Suffering From Kadhal fame Dhanya Balakrishna plays an important role in this movie and she has delivered her part perfectly too.
The story starts off in an interesting note, but quickly takes a dip and towards the end of the movie it leaves us disappointed. Director Tatineni Satya, initially promises to give us a thrilling movie but fails to keep us hooked to the film, as the screenplay was not well scripted. Thaman has scored the music for the film, and while his songs could be much better, he has done a good job with the background music. Binendra Menon's cinematography and and Prawin Pudi's editing skill's is a huge advantage to the film.
In short, Yaar Ivan, could have been much better.