Selva Varadharajan is a Kung Fu master and an ardent fan of Rajinikanth. He is so devoted to him, that he does anything for the actor. He is usually spotted with get ups which are worn by the actor in his films. Like wise he is eagerly awaiting for Kabali's release. Meanwhile, the area councellor out of frustration tears up a Kabali poster. Selva notices this and tries to stop him, but this blows up into a violent argument and Selva accidentally ends up killing the councellor. Following that he gets arrested, as a punishment for the crime he committed.
In this situation, 'Superstar' Kabali is slated for release in a few days. An anxious Selva urges his friends; RJ Ramesh Thilak, Ajay Prasath, Prashanth Kirubakaran, and Aadhavan, to somehow obtain a parole bail for him. The friends then come up with a plan to murder Selva's grandfather who is already on the brink of death. So, that Selva could get a bail citing this as a reason. In addition, they also try their best to get an appointment to meet his idol Rajinikanth.
In a twist of fate, the grandfather himself dies before they could go ahead with the plan. Desperate for another idea, co-incidentally they come across an affair which Thambi Ramiyah maintains out of his marriage. As he is the parole officer, they film it and decide to use that as an evidence and threaten him to give Selva a parole. The rest of the plot revolves around whether he gets a parole? Did he see Kabali and the film's actor Rajinikanth?
Selva Varadharajan has directed and played the lead role in the film. Though he has delivered a convincing performance, he slightly slacked in the directorial department as many loose ends are evident and the movie lacks a massy feel. He has attempted to make a commercial story which revolves around a die hard fan of the Tamil Superstar Rajinikanth, and a murder involved crime as a distraction. The screenplay has nothing new to offer, other than make us feel like we are watching a spoof of Rajini movies.
Thambi Ramiyah and MS Bhaskar plays significant roles, while RJ Ramesh Thilak, Ajay Prasath, Prashanth Kirubakaran, and Aadhavan are seen in supporting casts. All of them have delivered a neat performance. Adithya has handled the music department and his scores are decent. Vishnu Sri K cinematography skills come to the fore, and he has shot well.
In short, 12-12-1950, is average.