Niveditha is brilliant in her portrayal of Devakka. Be it dialogue delivery in the North Karnataka dialect or expressions, she makes a mark everywhere. Santhosh Uppina's performance is laudable. However, it is Shanthabai Joshi who gives life to the character of Madevappa's mother. Even Shashikumar and Dattanna play their parts with ease. Ashok V Raman's cinematography and V Manohar's music add value to the neat script. Anupama has done a brilliant job as the costume designer.
The political satire revolves around the life of villager Madevappa (Sathosh Uppina), a worker in a flour mill, whose life takes a dramatic turn when the CM comes visiting on December 1. His wife Devakka (Niveditha) is popular for her rotis. Madevappa's mother (Shanthabai Joshi) who is partially blind, also lives with her son. The family is in for a shock when they hear the CM is going to stay overnight in their house. The news sends everyone on an overdrive. The DC (Shashikumar) gets the road repaired and gives a facelift to the ramshackle house of Madevappa. The villagers too rush to Devakka with various demands. Finally, the CM pays a visit, eats a roti, hands over a small cover to the family and departs the next day. Villagers wake up to a shocking news article about the family and end up boycotting Madevappa and company.