(Geethan), an employee in a corporate set up, makes an effort to get his company to expand its operations to rural areas as it will help poor farmers who are in dire need of support. His immediate superior however doesn't share his enthusiasm for such an initiative. A determined Krishna nevertheless manages to convince his top boss about his plan and as a result, gets three months time to prove his point. While on his way to his native place to implement his pilot scheme, Krishna meets Sandhya (Haritha), a doctor. After a few accidental meetings, the two start developing a liking for each other. Just when things are going fine, difficulties arise. On the one hand, Krishna's project gets almost shelved and on the other, Sandhya parts ways with him over small misgivings. What Krishna does then forms the rest of the story...
Make no mistake about it, this one's a winner. Armed with a script that is as entertaining as it is meaningful, director Karthik Ravi tells a beautiful love story that not only draws one's attention to interpersonal relationships but also to problems plaguing the society.
It is hard to believe that such a bunch of inexperienced youngsters can come together to deliver a film that can so easily be cited as a fine example of responsible filmmaking. Right from the casting to the final presentation, the film and its unit impress. Much of the credit for the manner in which the film has been packaged must go to its director Karthik Ravi, who seems to have carefully prioritized his thoughts and then narrated them in a sequence that is both engaging and entertaining.
Karthik also deserves to be appreciated for the fact that he has managed to deliver a film, which despite highlighting the difficulties of farmers, does not come across as being preachy. The film might be a romantic one, but has no embarrassing sequences that can make you wince in your seat. That is another reason why this film scores.
Providing ample support to director Karthik is music director Ramanu. Some of the songs he has scored for the film have high retention value as they induce in the listener, a craving for them. Ramanu also impresses with his background score.
As for the cast, most members deliver. But it is Geethan and Haritha who deserve special mention. They seem to effortlessly turn into the characters they play on screen. Haritha, in particular, stands out as her role is multi-faceted. Her role is a demanding one for she is not only required to portray a protective sister caring for a younger sibling, but also a doctor at times, and as a streetsmart woman, who, despite being successful in her field of work, feels vulnerable, craving for the love of her parents. She handles all of that with considerable ease, making her one to watch out for. Geethan, with his boy-next-door looks, has a charm that makes you relate to him. You empathize with him when he longs to help his friend and yet cannot do so as the latter chooses to give up and feel for him when he breaks up with his sweet heart.
The only drawback, if you can call it that, is that the film at one point in the first half looks dangerously close to turning into a documentary. But as it progresses, it turns into a fascinating drama, that gives insights into how even small insignificant statements or acts can damage a relationship.
On the whole, this film, a crowd funded initiative, is one the makers can really be proud of.