Abhiram is the son of a multimillionaire, GK. He is born and brought up in comfort and luxury; for him life is just a game and he is accustomed to a lavish lifestyle. He is a happy-go-lucky character and quite popular with the women. He comes across Janaki, a young, charming doctor. Abhi tells his friends that he will make her fall in love in few days. Abhi invites Janaki for coffee after a dance programme and proposes to her.
Janaki, being an orphan, is very kind toward poor people and is a good Samaritan. She mingles with poor people and provides food to them. Abhi has always hated poor people. However, Janaki's free-spirited nature takes him very near to her, and he develops an intimate friendship. At the same time, Janaki keeps maintaining some distance and does not express her love. Though she likes him, she can't love him for he's not sensitive to the people and things around him. A privileged upbringing makes him myopic to the hard realities of life. By the time, she wants to express her love, she learns that Abhi has challenged his friends about his love and decides to keep herself off.
While driving her to her hostel in his car after a party, Abhi tries to convince her that he is really in love, but she does not listen to him. In the process, Abhi has an accident, where a woman dies and her son is orphaned. Janaki survives the accident, while Abhi wakes up from injuries in hospital. After gaining consciousness, Abhi cannot find Janaki and he decides to go in search of her on his bike.
In the process, he meets a motorbike thief called Gaali Seenu. Though Seenu is a thief, he is good at heart. The journey Abhi takes changes his life drastically: He is exposed to the hard realities of rural life and its simple joys. The landscapes and the people he meets takes him through an emotional journey that alters his perceptions forever. Be it a teacher who supports orphan kids, a disillusioned ex-militant, a prostitute who craves for love, or his companion Gaali Seenu, they all aid in his journey to self-discovery.