Director Hosimin has opted to go around Madurai for Ayira Villaku that stars Shanthanoo Bhagiyaraj and Sathyaraj in pivotal roles. The movie is a calculated mix of action and emotion.
The movie has a huge star cast that includes Suman, Ganj karupu, Delhi Ganesh, Suja, Theppeti Ganesan among others. What begins on a brisk note slowly loses steam as it progresses.
Lingam (Sathyaraj) is a don in Madurai. All fear him though none had seen him. He has an enemy in the form of Rathinam (Suman), a gangster. Gopal (Shanathanoo), works in a mill in the same town.
He loves Megha (Sana Khan), a college student. Lingam decides to reform in life and chooses to adopt Gopal after impressed by his honesty.
Fearing that Gopal will hate Lingam, he hides his identity and gets acquainted to Gopal as a poor old man .They get close. Eventually the movie ends with Lingam taking to violence for Gopal's sake.
Shanthanoo is bubbly and enthusiastic. He dances well. He imitates his father at many places. Sathyaraj hogs all limelight. He has done such a role many times before. He impresses with his dialogue delivery. Sana Khan appears now and then in the film to sing duets.
Ganja Karuppu, Theppeti Ganesan, Suman and Delhi Ganesh play their part well. Kannan cranks the camera and Sasikumar handles editing. Srikanth Deva has come up with loud songs.