with splashes of humour, this evocative romantic drama insightfully depicts the struggles in the life of Meenakshi, a dutiful young woman. After being forced to make a promise to her father on his deathbed, to marry Akhilachandran, Meenakshi tries her best to be sincere to her promise.
However, Akhil is a spoiled brat and his behavior towards Meenakshi and her family is always very rude. Still Meenakshi's father decides to go ahead with their wedding as he has a guilty feeling that it is because of him that Akhil has no parents now. Meenakshi's father dies and she comes to Krishnagudi with her sister Uma and family.
Giri is the railway stationmaster at Krishnagudi and a close friend of Uma's family. Meenakshi, who is still traumatised and depressed after her father's demise, gets back to her life with the little jokes and the cheerful behavior of Giri.
Giri starts to have a liking towards Meenakshi and he expresses his love to Uma's husband Pavi. But Meenakshi rejects his proposal saying that though she likes Giri, she has to keep the word that her father had given to Akhil. Giri asks Meenakshi to write to Akhil about Giri's proposal and if he doesn't come before the next six months, Meenakshi will decide to marry Giri. Will Akhil return to claim Meenakshi's hand in marriage? What is the reason behind his disappearance? How will Meenakshi and Giri's relationship pan out?