The very mention of Madurai makes us think of killing, ganja, drinking, smoking, and women and the director has portrayed all of them in the film.
It is the story of four young people Harish, Ramakrishnan, Raguvannan and Prakash. All are the heroes of the film. The heroines are Poongodi and Suvasika and they join with Singampuli and Mayilsami to enjoy ganja, drinking and smoking.
Era. Maduravan, who directed the successful ‘Mayandi Kudumbathar’ film has directed this film. It is produced by Michael Royappan, who has produced ‘Nadodigal’.
Having got used to heroes taking villains to task, the heroes of this film are slightly different. Their running away from villains and the pain resulting from it form the story of the film.
All the heroes of the film have a tragic story behind them and the director has blended romance in telling that story.
Running errands to buy liquor and cigarettes for his father while school going, makes Harish slave to them. The other boy’s mother runs away with a younger person from next door resulting in the suicide of the father. Discarded at birth, Ramakrishnan happens to be the rich friend who finances their drinking and smoking.
Raghuvannan falls in love with Suvasika, a relative of Harish. Not knowing that, Harish himself falls in love with her. When he comes to know of it after getting married to her, he makes Suvasika remove the thaali and unite her with his friend Raghuvannan.
When taken to task by the people around, he casually says that she happens to be his wife and no one has a right to object to it.
In the meantime, Ramakrishnan’s romance with Poongodi also gets treated by the director. Poongodi’s dog looks for Ramakrishnan’s sleeping place and passes urine on his face. That starts the romance between them. Ramakrishnan arrives at Poongodi’s doors to look her up. Having always felt like an orphan, he is treated to a feast at the dining table. Overtaken by desire Poongodi embraces him and thereby starts their physical relationship.
The comedy by Mayilsamy and Singampuli makes us laugh to a degree.
The music is by Sabesh-Murali. The duets "enna indha maatramo" and "azhagu kaatteri" are reasonably good. Balabarani is the cinematographer.