Kevin (Shanthnu), an NRI from Australia, comes to India on a business trip where he meets a cab driver Rangaraj (Parthiban) and stays in a guest house.
Kevin falls for Mohini (Parvathy), a maid in the guest house only to later realise that she is Rangaraj’s wife.
One day Mohini suffers from stroke as a result of which Kevin finds that it is because of the depression Mohini suffers due to the lack of sexual satisfaction.
What Kevin does after that and how things take a turn forms the rest of the story with director Parthiban’s touch in the climax.
Parthiban has once again experimented with his film and this time uses the glamour of sexual side in a relationship.
Parthiban has played a vital role in the flick and has carried the movie promptly with his own style and wittiness.
Shanthanu as NRI suits the role perfectly and has understood the weightage of his character and has expressed the emotions well.
However the star of the flick is Parvathy who had given what the script has asked from her and is ravishing in saree in which she appears throughout the movie.
The drag in the movie becomes evidently visible and one of the biggest strengths of Parthiban is his screenplay which is also confusing at times.
Another major drawback is the double meaning jokes and the added glamour which doesn’t attract family audience.
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