The mentor and police officer demands them to pay thirty thousand if they want to sign. Feeling defeated the three plan again to steal in order to meet their ends and to pay the amount police demanded. They go up to a random girl, Anisha Xavier, snatch her chain and run away. She in return files a complaint against them to the same police officer who mentors the three culprits.
The police then in return lets this go, and introduces them to the area Don, who uses the three of them for all the wrong doings like; theft, murder, rowdism, extra. Since, they are in a different city, and under the protection of the Don and police, Inigo and his friends find no qualms in doing it.
Thirty days later when the three of them try to leave the city, the police officer, stops and blackmails them with the complaint filed by Anisha, stating that if they leave then he will take up the complaint and will make sure that they are behind the bars for years. Once again defeated, the three come up with a plan to avoid the situation and that is to kill the evidence or Anisha. The rest of the plot revolves around how they escape out of this situation, and whether they kill Anisha.
Inigo Prabhakaran has pulled of the character well. RJ Ramesh Thilak and Yogi Babu appear as the close aids of the protagonist and they have delivered a good performance. Anisha Xavier plays the role of a girlfriend for the other male lead CM Senguttuvan, and they both have performed decently. Sri Priyanka, Appukutty, Bala Saravanan and Kali Venkat have done justice in playing their parts neatly.
Director Ayyappan has attempted a make film which has a good script and has also done a decent job with directing it, but screenplay could have been different and a clearer towards climax. NR Raghunathan has handled the music department and his scores are okay. KG Venkatesh cranks the camera and he has shot well.
In short, Pichuva Kaththi, is watchable.