The journey of two strangers-a jobless carefree man,and a woman with whom he has fallen in love. Upon the woman's request, he drives her to Mumbai, while a group of gangsters follow them, planning to kidnap the woman.
The story of two brothers, Thiru Murthy (Madhavan) and Guru Murthy (Aarya) who are poles apart in character. Their father was a constable but after his demise, Thiru takes on the same duty. Due to his lack of bravery, Thiru find it difficult to fight crime in his town. It is in these times that Guru who is not a cop steps up and assists his elder brother. As Guru wins many of his brother's battles with crime, the accolades are showered though on Thiru to an extent that he is promoted as the Superintendent of Police. The turning point in the story arises when Thiru is caught off guard and brutally thrashed. It now becomes imperative for Guru to build his brothers courage to face his fears and overcome them. This point onwards we see Thiru stand tall and brave and how he along with Guru tackle the villains who are out to hunt them down. Written by
UTV Motion Pictures
A another Masala movie. The film beginning was good;but the middle half of the film is too awful. Ordinary acting by the veteran Actors Arya and Madhavan, but the story and the dialogues seems much ordinary. There is no any support by the main two actress to the leading role, and at the same time Director was unable to suck the best from the Actors. Arya and Madhavan collaboration is a high and a very worth full one. But they doesn't suite for a script like this. Film released with lots of expectations but again, Linguswamy proved that he is good for just Masala kind movies. The music seems very awful and at the mean time Yuvan Shankar Raja proving again and again that he got couple of jingles to credit a film. At all a very ordinary movie for the Masala film lovers, but with a big collaboration.
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