Many male youngsters go missing in Tamil Nadu and the police starts investigating the issue. In the meantime, our hero (debutant Aadharsh) involves in a fight with an influential man in the locality.
He gets injured and is admitted to a hospital for medical treatment. There, the doctor (director Ghazali) injects a medicine into the protagonist. This results in him getting super-man strength.
At the same time, it also has severe side effects on him. Now the police finds out the hidden truth behind the missing youngsters and unearths a huge crime- how youngsters are misused for illegal clinical trials.
The movie, aimed at delivering a message to the society, is set in village backdrop and few crucial scenes have been shot in Malaysia. Director Ghazali has achieved in his mission, one can say.
Aadharsh has done justice to the role, while Anu Krishna (of Kaththi fame), has played the heroine. Other members of the cast include Subbu Panju, Crane Manohar and Alva Vasu.
Though the resources are limited, the director and other members of the team have come up with a quality end-product. Their urge to create awareness should be lauded. At places, the film reminds us of Shankar’s I.
Rating: 2.5 out of 5