Karthi has been due for a hit after his hattrick flops. The actor is now returning with Biriyani, which is directed by successful director Venkat Prabhu and the film is produced by Gnanavel Raja. It is a romantic-comedy film, which has generated a lot of positive talks in the industry.
The Tamil movie has Yuvan Shankar Raja's music and Sakthi Saravanan's cinematography. Biriyani is clashing with Jeeva and Trisha Krishnan's Endrendrum Punnagai and Aamir Khan's Dhoom 3. Will Biriyani give a much-needed break for Karthi? Can Venkat Prabhu change the fortunes of the actor? Will other releases hamper the prospects of this flick? Find it in the review...
Sugan (Karthi) is like a playboy. He has the habit of eating biryani after he consumes liquor every time. On the fateful day, he and his friend Parasuram (Premji) go to a party hosted by a big industrialist Varadarajulu (Nazar). While returning, they come across a beautiful girl, who has a beauty of seducing anyone on the earth. They realise that she is Maya (Maddy Tucker), who shook her leg in the party too.
That beautiful girl asks them to give her a lift. Noticing her alone, Sugan invites her into his car. Later, all of them go to a restaurant and have a biryani and as they are dousing, they decide to go to a hotel. Our hero has some other plans to enjoy with Maya too, of course.
After going to the hotel room, they fell into deep sleep. Surprisingly, by the time, Sugan wakes up, he could not find Maya. Moreover, he gets trapped in the murder of the industrialist Varadarajulu. The later part of the film is how he takes the help of his friend and lover Priyanka (Hansika Motwani) to wriggle out of the case. What kind of problems he faces? Who is the murderer of Varadarajulu? Did Maya intentionally trap Sugan? Who is Maya? Who is Ramakrishna (Ramki). Answers to all these questions have to be seen only on the screen.