Nasser is the head of a small village, who tirelessy objected against the politicians who tries to acquire their land. Mahendran and Kinni Vinod help the head of their village in this fight. On one such day, the corrupted minsters with the help of the local police kills Nasser, and arrest the others under fake complaints.
Tanu Setty gets devastated over Nasser's death and her lover Mahendran's arrest, so she starts to protest and fight against the injustice caused for them and to her village. The rest of the plot revolves around the hurdles Tanu faces in her protest, how Mahendran and Vinod escape from the clutches of the police, and how do they save their land and village?
Mahendran has pulled of his character really well, proving that he has all the elements to become a commercial hero. Like wise Kinni Vinod has also delivered a decent performance. Nasser plays the most pivotal role and as usual has delivered a convincing act. Tanu Shetty plays more than being the hero's love interest, and she has performed well too.
M Prathapmuraali has done a pretty decent job in the directorial department even though many loose ends are evident. He has attempted to make a village based film but the screenplay has nothing new to offer, or it doesn't make the audience hooked to the story. Srinivasaan's cinematography skills come to the fore and he has shot well. Sathish has scored the music and his background score is comparatively better than his songs.
In short, Thittivasal, is okay.