First half of the movie is all about Gautham Karthik and Nikki Galrani's love story. Gautham is an owner of a funeral services, he tries really hard to get Nikki's attention and after he does, he successfully woos her. But, later on they decide to break up as their relationship keeps revolving around shopping, shopping and shopping. So, Nikki demands Gautham to return all the gifts she gave him, and vice-versa.
Meanwhile, Ravi Maria, a politician plots a bomb blast to cause destruction and then use that situation for political gains, and so he hires Rajendran and Karunakaran to do the job. simultaneously, fraudulent Bala Saravanan, tries to hit jackpot by spreading fake currency, and RK Suresh, a cop tries to investigate on a kidnapper who walked away with the ransom money. The connecting point between all of them is a bag; which has been circulating through out the city. The rest of the plot revolves around all of them meeting up at a resort at the same time, and all hell breaks loose when their bags get mixed up.
Gautham Karthik has pulled off the character decently and once again proves that he has the credentials to be a commercial hero. Nikki Galrani looks bubbly and cute and has done justice to her role. Rajendran, Karunakaran, Bala Saravanan and RK Suresh have played the parts neatly. Though actors have performed well, the movie does not live up to the audiences expectation.
Director Santhosh P Jayakumar promised an entertaining adult comedy film, but failed to make us double over with laughter or even keep us hooked to the movie after a point. The screenplay does contain adult jokes and some funny moment, but that's it. After a few scenes the jokes seemed pretty monotonous and old school. The story actually gains momentum and seems interesting towards the climax. Selvakumar SK's cranks the camera and has made the movie very colourful, while Balamurali Balu has handled the music department and his scores justify the movie's genre.
In short, Hara Hara Mahedvaki, could have been more funnier.