Set against the background of a town in Trichy, Sema, ia the account of Kuzhandai (GV Prakash), who lives with his mom. A vegetable seller, his life spins around his mom and closest companion (Yogi Babu). Kuzhandai's mom begins scanning for a lady of the hour for her child when a crystal gazer predicts that the promising time for the same is in three months.
In the wake of getting rejected a few times, Kuzhandai, at long last gets a gesture from Magizhini (Arthana). Both the family consent to take things to the following level and they choose to meet for a capacity following a couple of days. Be that as it may, Magizh's dad Balu (Mansoor Ali Khan) all of a sudden communicated his lack of engagement in the union as he gets an enticing offer from a nearby MLA. The last guarantees to tidy up the previous' obligations if Balu gets his little girl wedded to MLA's child. An irritated Kuzhandai and Magizh bring forth an arrangement to steal away and get hitched with the help of their moms (Sujatha and Kovai Sarala).
An attempted and tried plot, Sema offers just the same old thing new regarding story, portrayal or exhibitions, and is unsurprising deeply. The lead sets, GV Prakash and Arthana, are simply alright, while Kovai Sarala and Sujatha had their influence well. The unconstrained counters and jokes of Yogi Babu and a couple of scenes of Mansoor are the main redeeming quality of the motion picture. The melodies are acceptable, with the exception of one. With the class the film falls into, a fascinating story with a few wanders aimlessly would have made it a tolerable watch.