Story:Bodinayakanur Ganeshan story is set on the backdrop of a village and here is Ganesan (harikumar) along with his friend Gilaki (soori). Both are hated by the villagers since they sell Ganja and arrack. They work under the local don Thiruvachi (sai ravi) and earn their livelihood.
The story takes a turn with the arrival of the nurse Saraswati (arundhati) and it is love at first sight for Ganesan. However, trouble is that Thiruvachi is also eyeing Arundhati and this leads to a clash between him and Ganesan.What happens from there forms the rest of the story.
The director has come up with a village based storyline and while the presentation was alright, the narrative was good in parts. The dialogues were regular, the script was predictable while the screenplay was decent. Background score was good and two songs were okay.
Cinematography was good in capturing the locations. Editing was sharp but could have been better. Costumes were natural and trendy while the art department was suiting the moods. Harikumar has put good efforts in his act and he excels in dance. Arundhati was apt and made her presence felt. Soori brought few smiles. Sai Ravi was mean enough. The others did their bit as required.