Hari (Gautham Karthik) and Ramya (Nikki Galrani) are lovers, but decide to part ways. They are going to meet for one last time in a resort named Hara Hara Mahadevaki, where they would return the gifts they gave each other when they were madly in love.
Politician (Ravi Maria) hires two bumbling criminals (Rajendran and Karunakaran) to plot a bomb blast to earn sympathy and to gain votes in elections.
A child goes missing in the resort and a police officer (RK Suresh) tries to catch the kidnapper who has walked away with the ransom money.
In the meantime, there is a fraudster (Bala Saravanan), who tries to earn some quick big bucks by circulating fake currency.
Interestingly, all of them use same type of bags and come to Hara Hara Mahadevaki resort for their respective missions, and the bags get exchanged. What happens next is the crux of the movie.
In his debut movie, director Santhosh P Jayakumar has tried an adult humour subject in the backdrop of ‘comedy of errors’ concept, which we had seen in Crazy Mohan and Priyadarshan movies.
While adult comedy actually works, the normal comedy scenes, which try to cash in on the confusion that prevails among the characters due to the exchange of bags, fall flat.
Gautham Karthik looks comfortable in his role and performs well. Nikki Galrani is beautiful and has delivered goods. Rajendran and Karunakaran are two major strengths of the movie, while Suresh, Bala Saravanan and Ravi Mariya too have added value.
Balamurali Balu’s music is above average and the composer has done a decent job. Dialogues are both the strength and weakness of the movie, as they get repetitive.
The director has tried to deliver a comedy riot, but he has ended up presenting an average movie which guarantees us some laughs, that too if we are in a mood to enjoy ‘Vennira Aadai’ Murthy brand of humour.
Rating: 2.5 out of 5
Pro: John Johnson