Director Balakumarís Yadhumaagi tries to tell you a soft romantic story but the lackluster way of making makes it a tiring experience for the viewers.
Sachin, hailing from a rich family, is an advertisement photographer. He is quite intuitive and spontaneous in his activities. He courts trouble wherever he goes, as he indulges in many activities without thinking about the fallouts.
Sunaina is a simple girl, whose world is nothing but a circle comprising her household, family members and TV serials and Tamil cinema. She falls in love with Sachin but the care free young man cares little for her feelings. The boy starts loving her after a few incidents but his careless attitude plays villain to their affair. Watch the movie to know how they come out of the trouble.
The director hasnít tried anything new or novel. He has restored to clichťd scenes. The proceedings are neither new nor interesting. There is no strong reason for Sunania to fall in love with Sachin. The crisis and the solution are not strong enough to hold the attention of the viewers.
Debutant Sachin hasnít justified his selection. His looks are ok but he hasnít shown any flair for acting. Sunaina looks ravishingly beautiful. Her facial expressions and her flawless anatomy are the only positives of this otherwise dud of a movie.
Azhagan Thamizhmani, who plays Sunainaís father, renders a dull performance. Riyaz Khan has been wasted.
James Vasanthan has given a good back ground score and a couple of melodious numbers. Director Balakumarís screenplay and dialogues are lacklustre.