Chinna’s (Prakash Raj) gang, the smaller of the two, struggles to overtake Periyavar’s (Raghuvaran) gang until a man named Sekar (Vikram) gives Chinna’s gang new life. Sekar is a man of steel, physically and mentally, who had idolised Chinna in his childhood; he is similar to the character Bhima from the ancient Hindu epic Mahabharata. Sekar challenges Periyavar’s group and puts Chinna on top.
The gangs are then targeted by the new police commissioner (Ashish Vidyarthi). Sekar later leaves the fight to settle down with his girlfriend Shalini (Trisha Krishnan), but although Chinna wants Sekar to lead his own life, his gang members want him back. In the film's climax, Chinna's gang members kill Shalini; Sekar retaliates by killing Chinna, and the police then kill Sekar.
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Vikram had created an identity for himself by portraying performance oriented offbeat roles. So he began alternating between commercial cinema and arthouse films. After playing heavy roles in "Arul" and "Anniyan", Vikram wanted to make a light hearted comedy film. After seeing the Malayalam film "Thommanum Makkalum" starring Mammootty, Vikram approached the director of the film Shafi and expressed interest in remaking it in Tamil. Read More