Anandh Babu plays a mentally challenged guy, who has the presence of mind of a five year old. His loyal friend Vijay Kailash is the one who takes care of him. The reason to why Anandh is in this situation is because of his lost lover Sanvika. The story then flashes back to their childhood.
Anandh falls in love with his childhood friend Sanvika, but her father is the villain for their love. He wants to get his daughter married off to his drunkard nephew, so both Anandh and Sanvika try to escape the wrath of her father and find a life for themselves. But, unfortunately they get caught. The rest of the plot revolves around how Anandh Babu becomes mentally challenged, and whether the couple gets married.
Lead actors Anandh Babu, Sanvika and supporting actor Vijay Kailash all have delivered a dramatic, and an ok-ish performance. Director RK Vijaykumar, has attempted to make a film which is like an abstract of Bharath's Kadhal, but in a not-so-great way. Though he has done a moderate job in the directorial department, the screenplay has nothing new to offer and is a repeat of age old tragic love story. RH Ashok's cinematography skills come to the fore and his shots are decent, while Bhavatharani has handled the music department, and he has done an average job.
In short, Azhagin Bommi, is average.