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Times of India
Two jilted school boys, murdered by the mother of the girls whom they love, return as ghosts and haunt the girls to get their revenge.
revolves around Ravi and Ramesh, schoolboys who are in a relationship with their classmates Poongodi and Malarkodi, who are sisters. Theirs is the kind of love that makes them proclaim "
naal paakalanaalum usuru
" but the girls behave exactly like how some Tamil cinema comedians portray them — '
card-a mathara maadhiri ponnunga boyfriends-a
' — when they get into college. They discard these poor suckers for two rich boys and the girl's mom even encourages them to somehow trap them. Meanwhile, she murders Ravi and Ramesh, who, now, begin to haunt the girls as ghosts. And they do not plan to leave them in peace because theirs is true love. "
Percentage-a illana kooda first class-la pass pannradhu kaadhal
" is how one of them actually defines love!
There are so many things wrong (schoolboys behaving like stalkers both when they are alive and dead) and laughably bad in Ramki Ramakrishnan's
, but there is a misguided craziness in the plot that just makes us want to keep watching. Things just keep happening in the film, each one even more outrageous than the previous one, and we are expected to empathize with the earnestness with which all this is done. But all that it provides is unintended hilarity and ridiculous characters — a good godman who supports the boys (and utters a golden line: "
manushan indraya pei, indraya manushan naalaya
'), an evil godman who resorts to all kinds of violence to exorcise the ghosts, the ghosts tortured by the evil godman who help the heroes, an exorcist who is so high-tech that he uses computers to communicate with ghosts (but doesn't have one per cent of the flair of Ghost Gopal Varma from
). This so-bad-it's-good quality is the film's biggest strength or rather, it's only strength.