Veeramuthu (Krishna) and Pachaimuthu (Karunakaran) are dear companions who wouldn't fret yielding their lives for each other. They are extremely aggressive, and dream of turning into the pioneers of a nearby 'mandram' in their territory, which is right now headed by Sura Murugan (Kanna Ravi), with the assistance of powerful government officials. Murugan, who knows about Veera's and Pachai's designs, guarantees that he investigates every possibility to keep up his mastery in their general vicinity. In light of the direction of a regarded man (Thambi Ramaiah) in their neighborhood, the two companions get prepared under Sketch Sekhar (Radha Ravi), a criminal turned-godman. In any case, circumstance turns out such that the twosome kills their mentor. This 'capability' of them lands them an arrangement.
Kumar (Charandeep), a correctional facility prisoner, doles out them the activity of grabbing Renuka (Iswarya Menon), the little girl of a neighborhood government official. Veera, who as of now has a delicate corner for Renu, responds to the call and gets buried in a progression of issues. The end result for him and Pachai frames whatever is left of the story.
In spite of the fact that the essential plot of the film isn't so intriguing (at any rate on screen), there are few arrangements which keeps you snared. The activity scenes and pack wars are arranged well — very practical, captivating and brutal – and Krishna has pulled them off convincingly. Karunakaran is well-suited in the part of a steadfast companion, while Charandeep looks fascinating as the criminal. Iswarya has just constrained screen nearness in the primary half, yet has two or three great scenes with some unpredictable discoursed in the second half. However, the slender storyline isn't sufficient to keep the watchers drew in till the end. With a not too bad commence and convincingly settled characters, a superior storyline and execution would have improved the film a watch.