Ekambaram is a don in Thanjavur who smuggles expensive idols and artifacts. Sundaram is one of his worker and a long time friend. Sundaram has a son, Kathir, who is a cab driver in Chennai. One day, Kathir once goes to a girl named Viji for her hand in marriage, only to be rejected by her father, as he comes to know that Sundaram’s father works for the local don, Ekambaram. In the ensuing conflict, Kathir slaps Viji’s father and leaves. However, he still proposes to Viji.
Namma Veetu Kalyanam
Meena and Geetha fall in love with two guys, who apparently are college professors. The girls’ brother Krishnamurthy, an MLA, abandons the plan to get them married to ministers’ sons and reluctantly accedes to their wish. The girls are married off to their respective lovers, only to learn that the duo are not college professors, but two unemployed youths in search of jobs. Thrown out of the house by the furious family, the men open a fast food eatery to prove a point to their unforgiving wives. How the matter is resolved forms the rest of the story.
KD, an 80-year-old villager overhears his children say that they want him dead to claim their inheritance. Realizing he has never truly lived, he enlists the help of a young orphan boy Kutti. The pair head off on a road trip trying to complete KD’s bucket list, rediscovering the meaning of life and friendship along the way.
Shanmugakani (K. Bhagyaraj) arrives in the village of Thaayamangalam as the new school teacher and soon falls in love with a local damsel Jothi (Rati Agnihotri). The village head called as “Periyavar” (played by G.Srinivasan) is a lecherous and sinister man who has a lustful eye on Jothi. Amavasai (Goundamani) is Periyavar’s stooge who also has a long-standing desire to marry Jothi. Periyavar frames Shanmugakani for the rape and murder of a woman social activist and gets him evicted from the village and gets Jothi married by deceit to Amavasai. He asks Amavasai and Jothi to stay with him in order to satiate his lust with Jothi. What happens afterwards forms the rest of the story.