Directed by Sundar C.
Produced by Kushboo Sundar ,Vishal , Sundar C.
Written by Radhakrishnan (Dialogues)
Screenplay by S. B. Ramadas
Story by Sundar C.
Starring Vishal , Vaibhav Reddy , Hansika Motwani
Music by Hiphop Tamizha
Cinematography Gopi Amarnath
Edited by N. B. Srikanth
Production company Vishal Film Factory
Vishal owns a company that provides people to show crowds at political meetings and such other events. One day, he comes across the rich, classy and lovely Hansika and it is love at first sight. He comes to know that she is the daugher of his paternal aunt (Ramya Krishnan). Vishal’s father (Prabhu) has three sisters (Ramya Krishnan, Kiran and Aishwarya), but they are not on talking terms with Prabhu. To win the hand of Hansika, Vishal has to first bring together his father and his aunts. When Ramya Krishnan comes to know of Vishal’s love for her daughter, she is against it and puts up resistance by creating problems for Vishal. Meanwhile, his remaining two aunts also have a daughter (Madhurima and Madhavi Latha) each and want Vishal to marry them. Will Hansika fall for Vishal? Will his aunt agree to have Vishal as her son-in-law? Will Prabhu and his sisters unite? Will Vishal’s love succeed? Watch Aambala to know…
Director Sundar C. has brought to the screens a comedy entertainer, though with the comedy involving a lot of double entendre and adult humour. The casting is perfect and makes for enjoyable viewing. Vishal suits the role very well and breezes through his role. Hansika is at her glamorous best and looks very pretty. Ramya Krishnan steals the cake with her performance and has aced her role. Vaibhav and the veterans – Prabhu, Kiran and Aishwarya have performed very well. Santhanam’s comedy needs no explaining and he rocks the first half. Sathish has matched up to Santhanam, especially in his combination sequences with Hansika. Hiphop Aadhi’s music is good and the songs have been colourfully shot.