Shriya Saran and Sameer Dattani are in the same college and at one point Sameer Dattani force Shriya to love him. Dhanush is made to enter the screen at this point. Dhanush loves Shriya and Shriya loves Sameer. It"s not a love triangle nor one side love.
When Shriya tries to ignore Dhanush, he offer help to her and Sameer to fulfill their love. At the same point of time he challenges Sameer to curb his love so that Shriya doesn"t fall for him. Finally Sameer"s father Radha Ravi, a politician, plans to marry off Sameer to his friend"s daughter the couple runs away from home and Dhanush brings them to his village after a long chase. Soon Sameer disappears and Dhanush takes care of Shriya until Sameer returns after a week with his father, after convincing him. They all then return and at the time of marriage Shriya tells Sameer she want to marry Dhanush. What made her say so??? All lies in the climax.
The remake doesn't give anything new. It is an average movie with lots of action scenes and good songs. It shows a campus love and its atmosphere. Dhanush is successful in imparting good comedy with good counter in it. Radha Ravi, Vincent Ashokan, Rajalakshmi and Mayilsamy are there but not seen often gives a feeling of one man show.
Nothing much is there in the movie but is watchable for time pass. It is produced by Gemini Film Circuit and is directed by Mitran. R. Jawahar, the same man who did Yaaradi Nee Mohini.
Cast: Dhanush, Shriya Saran, Radha Ravi, Vincent Ashokan, Rajalakshmi and Mayilsamy
Director: Mitran. R. Jawahar
Music: Devisri Prasad
Producer: Gemini Film Circuit