Romantic action drama about the life of an easygoing youngster named Surya, whose life take some unexpected turns thanks to the three women he meets along the way.
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Leelatharan aka Lee (Sibiraj) hangs out with a bunch of merry youths who do practically any work and play football in other times. It is a strong-willed and thick-tied group. Chellama (Nila), a worker in a facility for the mentally-challenged, is also kind of a groupie. Life is all merry and mirth till she espies Lee & co, attempting an assassination of sorts on a minister. The bid fails, but Chellama is shocked and so are we. Why would this bunch want to take a crack at the murky world of politics and cricket?
The film is about a bad cop Mithran (Kishore), who utilizes the useless and violent youngster to indulge in conniving activities only to get his pockets overwhelmed with profit. Vinoth (Magesh Kumar) is his right pick as he heeds for his orders and he’s one such cruel guy, who beats his mother black and blue for money. Saranya enacts his mother’s role and she completely possesses the qualities of yesteryear mother in Tamil cinema. Meanwhile, he falls in love with Nivedha (Udhayathara) and even she falls for him. When things are going finer, his life turns topsy-turvy when his mother passes away. He starts feeling a lot missing her. Meanwhile Mithran and Vinoth tend to lock horns with each other with a shockingly repellent climax.
Ramachandran (Sachin Khedekar) is a genetics scientist who does not get due credit and funds for his research. He tries creating a human with several talents through baby designing, which leads to the birth of his sons, who are conjoined together above the waist. Since they share a common heart, doctors suggest a sacrificial surgery, to which their mother Sudha (Tara) objects. They begin raising their children, Vimalan and Akhilan (both played by Suriya). In the following years, Ramachandran makes it big with Sudha’s help. His company, Locus Lacto Products, makes huge profit through their product ‘Energion’, the top-selling children’s powdered milk energy drink in the market.
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A team of losers attempt to pull off mass revenge against a past traitor. They are required to win a dance competition as part of the plan, they get entangled with the presence of a somewhat unintelligent local dance performer who cannot learn the backstory of the betrayal.
The film opens with a new boy Easwaran joining in Hari’s class. He is instantly disliked because of his withdrawn nature. Hari picks a fight with him, and he breaks his nose and brings his parents to school. Hari’s mother, however, on coming to know that the boy is an orphan, tells him that she can consider him as his mother. However, in a few days time, she dies, and in the funeral, the orphan holds his hand and consoles him.
Years later, Hari (Kalaiyarasan) is in a long time relationship with a college girl Gayathri (Dhansika), while a demure girl Revathi (Srushti Dange) pines for Easwaran (Prasanna), who ignores her as he fears that something bad will happen to her. The heroes make a dangerous enemy in the form of a local mayor’s son, who they beat up and break his hands for harassing Hari’s sister. Meanwhile, Easwaran accepts Revathi due to Hari’s efforts. Just when everything seems to be going well, tragedy strikes at both ends. What happens next forms the rest of the screenplay.