Given that Kalakalappu 2 a follow-up to the fruitful Kalakalappu (the film isn't a continuation, yet another story on comparative lines), Sundar C goes for double the financial plan (a noteworthy part of film happens in Kasi), double the star cast and a plot that requires double the screen time (well, that is the manner by which it feels, anyway)... Be that as it may, is this twice as interesting? That is the issue that issues, and the appropriate response is, not by any stretch of the imagination. So, the film is entertaining and keeps you in parts. There are times when it verges on being as sharp and interesting as the first. Notwithstanding, there is likewise finished plotting and over-liberality (Sundar simply wouldn't like to stop) that abandons us depleted when the film closes - however, this isn't entirely a protest.
The film starts with an IT strike in ex-serve Dharmaraj's (Madhusudhanan) house, yet he figures out how to go along a workstation containing the subtle elements of all his evil gotten riches to his reviewer (Munishkanth). The evaluator, stowing away in Kasi, chooses to utilize this chance to profit for himself and coerces the priest. In the interim, an adolescent (Jai) goes to Kasi to get back his tribal manor, which is presently being overseen by Seenu (Jiiva). Seenu tries to slow down him until the point that he can get his sister drew in to Gopal (Sathish), who needs to wind up noticeably a sanyasi. Be that as it may, his sister, Hema (Catherine) and Seenu attempt to influence him to surrender the thought, and all the while, begin to look all starry eyed at each other. Jai, as well, moves toward becoming pulled in to Aishwarya (Nikki Galrani), the neighborhood tahshildar, and a family companion of Seenu. Indeed, even as Jai finds reality about the chateau, the two young fellows understand that Aishwarya is going to be conned by Ganesh (Shiva), a similar person (Shiva) who had stolen their own particular cash.
Plots have dependably been a garments holder for Sundar C to string his drama groupings and that is the situation here, as well. Subsequent to setting up the center plot, here, he continues presenting more up to date sub-plots and more up to date characters. He commits the whole first half to setting up the issues of Seenu and Jai. The performing artists have insignificant extension for comic drama and are for the most part required to play straight-confronted characters who drive the plot, sentiment the courageous women (who are there basically to include some glitz) and move in the melodies (an excessive number of and the central explanation for the length of the film).
Be that as it may, he gives free access the second half, once Shiva makes his entrance as Ganesh. The performer's is what might as well be called Santhanam's star hand over the main film, and Shiva is great frame. We get a sub-plot including his endeavor to take some important gems. This portion set in Karaikudi, is the feature of the film, particularly with Robo Shankar and Shiva lifting the comfortable set-up with their planning. Be that as it may, the peak, which is set in a railroad station, is obviously finished liberal. Likewise, the chief essentially plays around with the figure of speech of one character or the other getting thumped to produce chuckles.