The film opens with a flashback sequence. On the day of Janmashtami, a firing takes place resulting in the death of owners of a Jameen. All the expensive diamonds, belonging to the dead, are kept hidden in one of the chairs of the Jameen Only Delhi Ganesh, the clerk who worked with, is aware of the whereabouts of those chairs.
Fast forward to the present. Krish (Karthick) is a small-time thief who indulges in many small thefts. Veni (Shikha) is also a petty thief and she operates with the help of her foster father (M.S. Baskar). Both Krish and Veni clashes with each other.
One day Krish comes to know about the whereabouts of the chair through the clerk. Veni, overtaking Krish, goes ahead and takes into her custody the chair but all she gets from the chair is only the clue about tracing the treasure.
However Krish and Veni embark on a joint attempt to lay their hands on the treasure. There is also the gang, led by Anandaraj, which is also out to get the chair. A police team comprising Jayaram and Vaiyapuri, too joins the search for the chair to ensure that it doesn’t fall into false hands. The treasure hunt goes through Thivuvananthapuram and Mumbai and finally culminates in a Court.
Madhumita has made an honest attempt to give us a clean comedy entertainer. She has chosen a right script and right cast. Her choice for penning the dialogues (Crazy Mohan) augers well for the movie.
The introduction sequences of Krish, Veni, Anandaraj and Jayaram are well handled. Entire movie is laced with comical incidents without any trace of seriousness. But the script is not convincing. The journey to Dommikuppam looks okay but the trips to Thiruvananthapuram and Mumbai leave much to be desired.
Surprisingly Crazy Mohan’s dialogues are not up to the mark. Except for a few sequences Mohan’s dialogues don’t create any ripples.
The romance between Krrish and Veni has been portrayed nicely. Karthick has done his role with ease while Shikha has done a good job. Jayaram is enjoyable and Vaiyapuri, Anandaraj and others are adequate.
Selva Ganesh’s music is not impressive but the song Oru varam stands out. Vijay’s cinematography is impressive.
Despite some flaws Madhumita’s efforts in providing a clean and complete entertainer have to be lauded.