Gokul is a carefree but an extremely talented young man, who works for Appukutty, at a shop, in Kerala. Neenu, is a regular customer at the shop he works for, their relationship begins with a fight, and slowly but steadily turns into a love affair.
Gokul on his first salary gifts a phone to his sister, Priya Mohan, who lives back at their native in Tamil Nadu, and feels happy that everything in his life is on track. But as a twist of fate, the phone he gifted his sister will burst unexpectedly while she's on a call, which will cost her the ability to hear. A devastated Gokul brings Priya to Kerala along with him, for treatment. There they face a challenge in the form of doctors as they demand more than a lakh for the treatment. From then onwards he does various jobs in order to save up for the treatment, and after so many hurdles he participates in a dancing competition in hopes of making it to the finals and winning the cash prize.
Meanwhile, his girlfriend Neenu feels sad as she thinks that he is avoiding her and is heartbroken when she notices Gokul roaming around with Priya, whom she mistakes for another girl that he is cheating on her with. The rest of the plot revolves around whether Gokul wins in the competition? Will Priya get the necesarry treatment to fix her hearing issue? and whether Neenu understands him?
Gokul has acted well as a caring brother, and a guy who takes the responsibility of running a family at such a young age. Priya Mohan has given an amazing performance, she has pulled of the role of a deaf girl effortlessly, and Neenu has also done a decent job.
Director Uday Sankaran, has attempted to make a film which focuses on love and the extend one goes to protect their family. It's a good concept, but the screenplay could have been much better and clearer. Vallavan has composed the music for this film and he has done a decent job at it. Nikki Kannan's cinematography skills are on point and is a huge advantage to the movie.
In short, Konjam Konjam, could have been konjam better.