Satheesh and Sunu Lakshmi are friends from a very young age. While the later is from a rich background the former works is a house keeper. Once Sunu grows up she moves to Mumbai to further continue her education. She request Satheesh to come along with her, to which he agrees.
A few days later, Satheesh leaves to Mumbai by hitch hiking rides on a lorry. He successfully reaches his destination and rekindles his relationship with Sunu Lakshmi. In this situation a series of lorry theft has been occurring in the Chennai to Mumbai connected highways.
While the couple happily spend their time together, they run into Sunu's elder brother. Upon inquiring about Satheesh's presence, Sunu quickly manages the situation by saying that she co-incidentally met him, and was requesting him to come over to their place. Her brother buys the lie and invites him too.
Meanwhile, the police due to various evidence believe that Satheesh is the key to find out about the list of missing lorries. In this situation, both Sunu and Satheesh's love gets exposed to her brother. How they succeed in their love, and how will Satheesh prove his innocence forms the rest of the story.
Both Satheesh and Sunu Lakshmi have delivered a decent performance. The latter's ability to emote under different situation is impressive. Balu plays an important role, and he has pulled it off really well too. Supporting actor Prabhu Sathish has done justice to his role too.
Although Pavithran has attempted to make a film that has commercial elements such as love, friendship and glamour, he falls short on the screenplay front as it is confusing, and has faltered by placing several unnecessary scenes.
Abhay Pavithran's tunes could have been better. Manikandan's cinematography skills come to the fore and h;s shots are decent. So is VT Vijayan's eiditng.
In short, Dharavi, average.