Sivakumar gets into an altercation with the cops following which Varadarajan sends him to Chennai along with Murugan.
Murugan is married to the daughter of Chandrasekaran, a rich textile showroom owner. Sivakumar learns that Varadharajan and Chandrasekaran have a history between them. Sivakumar falls in love with Chandrasekaran’s niece Madhuri.
Following this he gets thrown out of the house along with Murugan. Sivakumar then learns about the history between Varadharajan and Chandrasekar and decides to resolve the differences.
Aadhi is as usual energetic and mischievous throughout the movie. He is impressive and the action sequences.
As a director Aadhi has banked heavily on humour which has worked out only in bits and pieces. He has taken up an interesting subject about the weavers in Kanchipuram. However, it could have been told with more depth.
Madhuri has done her part well. Prankster Rahul has tried his best to evoke laughter. The rest of the cast and crew have also performed well. Arjun Raja’s camera is one of the biggest strengths of the movie.
Aadhi’s music could have been better.