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Times of India
Isakki (Sharran Kumar) goes to Madurai with his employer. Here, he meets Nandini (Aashrita) and falls for her. But when her over-protective father comes to know of it, he makes Isakki's life difficult.
In yet another movie set in Madurai,
is a story of love, family, and betrayal. The movie is a regular Madurai formula flick that has a good dose of violence and several frowning faces.
The movie's narrative is the familiar boy-meets-girl drama that has nothing new to offer to the audience. Although the movie flows along neatly, the poor screenplay gives the audience little to look forward to. Director M Ganesan, who has also wielded the pen in this effort, introduces some twists to the plot with a not-so-convincing back story about Isakki. It is here Sharran gets an opportunity to work on a second look in the movie. Yogiram does well as Mari, a womaniser who has set his eyes on Nandini. Aashrita makes a decent debut as a strong and independent woman who stands up to her father.
With little to entertain the audience, the movie turns out to be a timid effort.