SP Prasath and Shalini are relatives who are close right from a young age. They grow up together and are quite smitten with each other. In this situation, she moves on to a different city to study while he stays back at the village unable to move on forget her. Years later, she moves back to the village but refuses to rekindle her love for him.
While Shalini is well educated, SP Prasath is jobless and lives with his mother, and helps her in taking care of a herd of bucks (male goats). He often gets involved in random street fights along with his four rich friends. At a point they all get into a series of quarrels which change their lives. The rest of the plot revolves around how Prasath wins Shalini's heart and how they clarify their differences.
SP Prasath tired his best to give a natural performance, yet it looked way too filmy. Shalini has very little to perform other than being the hero's love interest. Ganja Karrupu's comedy is old and cliche, and works only in parts. In addition, rest of the cast have done justice in playing their parts neatly.
A Tamilselvan's attempt at making a village based action film hasn't completely backfired at him in the directorial department. But he fails with scripting the movie's screenplay, as it is draggy and has nothing new to offer. SR Vetri's cinematography skills come to the fore and he has shot well. Prince Nallathambi has provided the music and his background scores are much better than the songs.
In short, Kida Virunthu, is average.