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Bellusamy(Arya)is an activist who believes in principles of communism. What happens when you pull out all the stops to bring about a positive change in our society? You get framed and fall prey to the wrong side of justice.
Kumaravel (Vijay Sethupathy) is a typical lower middle class youth who mainly lives in TASMAC bars. His friends and neighbors have nicknamed him Sumaar Moonji Kumar (Average-looking Kumar) and he is crazy about Kumudha(Nanditha), the girl staying opposite to his flat. It is one-way love and her father has sought the help of Annachi (Pasupathi) the local boss to find a solution and teach Kumar a lesson. On a parallel track Bala, another alcoholic (Ashwin) a smart bank salesperson is always under pressure from his boss (MS Bhaskar) and his possessive girlfriend Renu (Swathi Reddy) . One night the life of the principal characters gets entangled leading to the climax.Written by
Director Gokul in this film created some weird, quirky and offbeat characters in hilarious situations who keep the audience entertained and overall it's a laugh riot.It's undoubtedly one of the smartest yet funniest Tamil films in recent times.Though Gokul's debut film was an uneven effort, this one is simply entertaining. The story revolves around comical things happening to Bala and Kumar. Vijay Sethupathy was excellent once again. Ashwin Kakumanu also made the audience feel his presence. The songs were simple and sweet. This kind of films were not seen in recent days. Finally the film concludes with a message not to drink.
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