Ashok Kumar is a really healthy guy, who's settled in United States with his wife Megashree who is the daughter of Naasar. But in due time he returns back to India, as he was facing a lot of problems with the company he was working for.
Back in India, he starts a new life, he takes up a new job, and also buys a bunglow. Yogi Babu and a small girl, Yuvina, will be already staying at the house's premises, hence Ashok appoints Yogi Babu as a watchman. Few days later, the couple starts to experience a supernatural presence but they constantly neglect it.
Meanwhile, Ashok stays back at the company for a few days, during this time Megashree feels paranoid that someone is trying to kill her. While simultaneously Yogi Babu finds out that there is a supernatural power within Yuvina, but he will be in a situation to keep his silence. Eventually they find out that Yuvina is the presence which tries to kill Megashree. The rest of the plot revolves around on finding out the force which has now surrounded them and why Yuvina is trying to kill her.
Both the lead actors Ashok Kumar and Megashree has done a decent job, while the supporting actors; Yogi Babu, Naasar and Yuvina have delivered a convincing performance too. But as this is a horror comedy flick the cast could have expressed their emotions, especially fear in a better way. The director Manon M has attempted to make a horror film, but has failed to ingite the fear within the audience.
In short, Ka..Ka..Ka.. Aabathin Arikuri, is not scary.