During their school going days, Akshya Priya develops an affection towards Sarish as he is an orphan and saves her mother from an accident. She eventually falls in love with him and proposes him, who rejects her. Yet, she continues to express her love and care. Soon after, Sarish also accepts her.
While they kept growing close to each other, Akshya's father gets to know about their relationship and tries to separate them. Like he wanted they soon parted ways, and ended up in different cities. Years later she encounters Sarish again at Pondicherry, as a henchman.
A curious and a worried Akshya from then onwards keeps a close watch on Sarish and tries to find out the reason for his drastic change. In the mean time she falls in love with him again. The rest of the plot revolves around whether he accepts her back and finding out why he became a henchman.
Sarish has delivered an average yet a tad over dramatic expressions performance. Likewise, Akshya Priya travels through out the movie, and has pulled of her character well. Vijay K Mohan has attempted to make an intense love story with a gangster twist in it. Though this script has been used before, the director falters with the screenplay and has completely failed to keep his audience hooked to the movie as it falls flat with the way the film has been delivered.
B Aathif and Mikku Kavil have taken care of the music department and their background scores are comparatively better than the songs. VK Pradeep's cinematography skills come to the fore and he has shot well.
In short, Imai, is below average.