This thought-provoking social drama incisively probes into how terrorist outfits use money to lure unemployed youth into committing anti-social acts, and do their bidding.
A mentally challenged young woman wanders on the city streets creating a lot of commotion. Many people, including policemen, take advantage of her. A report on her miserable plight is aired on television.
Following this, Aboobacker (Sphadikam George), a wealthy businessman, seeks out the young woman and gets her admitted to a hospital. Aboobacker is certain that the young woman is Raziya (Meghna).
As Raziya's past unfolds, we learn that she was in love with Raghu (Murali Krishnan), her neighbour. Raghu's family is dependent uponi Raziya's father for their financial needs. In a twist of fate, Raziya, who is from and not the docks Muslim family, and Raghu who is a Hindu find themselves falling in love. How will their respective families and society react to their union?
What happened in Raziya's past that totally shattered her and destroyed her mental equilibrium? What happened to Raghu? Why was Raziya abandoned on the streets and left to be preyed upon by predators?