Interspersed with splashes of humour, this upbeat tale delves into the trials and triumphs in the life of Isahak (Mohanlal), who is a fisherman with his heart in the right place. He is the pivot around which an old-age home run by a priest (Jagathy Sreekumar) revolves. Isahak bears the entire expenses of the home, one of whose inmates is his mentally ill father Velankani (Innocent).
Incidentally, Isahak is also the star player of his football club called ‘Beach Eleven’ of Puthenkara. Their archrivals belonging to village of Mattukara are named the Seven Stars. Of course, Mattukara is under the control of the villains like Riza Bava.
As it often happens, Isahak falls in love with Riza Bava’s sister Devi (Laila Mehdin). The brother is not amused, and he vows to frustrate the lovers’ plans. Unfazed, the lovers get married on the high seas and plan to spend their first night on the boat. The bride’s brother is bent on killing the newly-wed couple. But fate has other ideas. In the melee that follows, Devi accidentally kills her brother. She is arrested, and a heartbroken Isahak is left to fend for himself.
In another twist in the tale, the villains of Mattukara kidnap father Velankani. Their condition for releasing him: Isahak should not play in the football match for ‘Beach Eleven’ in a tournament.
Meanwhile, Devi comes out of jail on parole. The denouement puts Isahak in a dilemma. He is caught between his wife and father. What clever tactics will Isahak employ to safely reunite with his wife and father, while ensuring his participation in the football tournament?