Building a house, with savings from the hard earned money is what each and every middle class person desires. However, there are always a gang of imposters everywhere who deceive those innocent people and run away with the money. Director Subramania Siva has directed the film Pori on the subject with a "coating" of the usual cinema masala.
Jeeva is a young and energetic young man who lives with his father Nagesh. He is very naughty (something that is quite common with people of his age). His father Nagesh, a government scool teacher, buys a small shop with his retirement benefit amount and gifts it to his son. Jeeva, who starts a book shop at the location, comes to know that the place was illegally sold by a gang of tricksters not by the actual owner. He informs his father that he has been tricked into buying the shop from people who are not the real owners. With the help of friends played by Karunas&Master Ganesh, he nabs the culprits and hands them over to the police. In between, there is a usual formula of skirmish with Pooja which develops into a romantic relationship.
After trying different things in Raam, Dishyum and E, Jeeva has tried this type of movie making for the first time. No effort to make anything extraordinary of any sort. The Director introduced him as an ction hero in the beginning, so naturally Jeeva trying to keep-up the tempo unto the end. Almost all the fights make the veiwer tired except the one in the climax. Nagesh shows his incredible acting prowess the once again. Age may be the reason for a little shivering in his voice. On the other hand, his talent is as good as it was in his younger days in his previous classic hits.