Vijay Sethupathi is a music director aspirant who works in his friend’s music shop while searching for chance.
He meets music teacher Gayathrie one day when she comes to the shop to buy a violin. Their friendship slowly turns out into a relationship.
When everything seems to go smoothly, Vijay receives a compromising photo of Gayathrie followed by another video of her changing dress in a trial room.
Vijay sets out to find out the person who is sending the photos and the motive behind it.
The movie which was postponed several times still looks fresh with the content being intact.
The movie is basically about how technology has affected personal life and privacy and how we do not care about the tragedy of another person.
Vijay Sethupathi looks fit in the movie, considering that it was made a few years ago. He has emoted out well in each scene and has romanced better when compared to his other flicks.
The movie entirely revolves around Gayathrie and she has done her part well.
Ranjith Jeyakodi’s writing is sone of the strongest aspects of the movie and he has given prominence to all the characters. However the screenplay could have been more crispier.
BGM by Sam CS has elevated the scenes, however the songs seem to be a bit of a drag. In short, Puriyatha Puthir has a strong story with powerpacked performance by Vijay Sethupathi
Rating: 2.5/5 – Good story with slow pace