R J Balaji is a bank employee who is about to get married to Isha Talwar.
However, things take a turn when Aishwarya Rajesh, who has exposed an influential person, seeks to stay in his house.
While Balaji is not aware of who Aishwarya is he allows her to stay in his house.
But Aishwarya is found dead in his house the next day.
Based on the advice of his friend Vivek Prasanna, a cop, Balaji dumps the body.
But all this leads to unexpected troubles in his life. What happens next forms the crux of the story.
One of the major highlights of the movie is the fast-paced screenplay by director Jiyen Krishnakumar.
The director does not waste anytime in establishing the characters and gets straight in to the story from the word go.
The neatly staged sequences keep the audiences glued to the screen. Balaji is apt as the confused middle-class young man who is caught in an unwanted issue.
He has done complete justice to the role. Aishwarya Rajesh is flawless as usual and registers her character with her screen presence. Isha Talwar does not have much to do.
Vivek Prasanna, Smruthi Venkar, Radhika Sarathkumar and rest of the cast have done their part well. Background score by Sam CS is effective to keep the proceedings interesting.