Gargi (Sai Pallavi), works as a school teacher. Her father works as a security in an apartment.
A girl child from the apartment is gangraped by a group of men. Sai Pallavi’s father is also arrested along with the others.
But Sai Pallavi believes that her father is innocent and struggles to prove his innocence.
Gargi gives us the details one by one, and just as director Gautham drops the shocking points of the case on our faces, the film turns darker than what we expect it to be in the first place.
This is Sai Pallavi’s show all the way and can easily called as her career-best performance. It’s a performance that’ll move you in ways you can’t imagine.
Another major highlight of the film is its casting. To have Kaali Venkat, usually reserved to play comical characters, play a key role of a lawyer is a masterstroke.
Dialogues are sharp and are straight to the point.
Govind Vasantha’s music breathes life into the film and it elevates the mood of each scene.