An NRI wants to sell his ancestral home, but later hears rumours of it being haunted. Unwilling to sell the property at a throwaway price, he asks a team of four guys to spend a night in the house and prove that it isn’t a ghost den.
Vijay (Jai) an IT professional happens to share a coach with Jenny (Vaibhavi Shandilya) and the duo strike a conversation and soon are sharing beers and the bed too. After two years they meet and recognize each other and for some inexplicable reason decide to get married. Vijay’s colleague Varsha (Athulya Ravi) is ogling at him for years and for some inexplicable reason again she never explicitly say it out to him though she shows it in every possible way. Problem is Varsha continues to pine for Vijay and she gets a chance one night when he drops her home and she beds him using a few beers. A pregnant Varsha then forces her way into the young couple’s house.
Antoine, a young Parisian suburbanite, studies accounting without much conviction, dividing his time between the rap battles he practices with talent and his job as a sushi delivery boy. During an errand at the Garnier Opera, his path crosses that of Mrs LOYSEAU, a singing teacher in the venerable institution, who detects in Antoine a raw talent to be developed. Despite his lack of operatic culture, Antoine is fascinated by this form of expression and is convinced to follow Mrs Loyseau’s teaching. Antoine has no choice but to lie to his family, his friends and the whole city, for whom opera is a bourgeois thing, far from their world.
The protagonist is stuck in a rut with his negative and lonely lifestyle and spends each day in the comfort of his loneliness. A pup named Charlie who is naughty and energetic which makes her complete contrast with the protagonists’ character enters his life and gives him a new perspective towards it.
Enga Veettu Pillai
Impressive first half and good comedy are basic assets of this film. But the weak second half and a lengthy runtime put breaks on the free flow of the film. This film should satisfy those who are looking for a typical popcorn entertainer this holiday season.
Praveen Jaya Ramaraju aka P.J (Nani) is the grandson of a wealthy Zamindar Rudra Ramaraju (Nagineedu). PJ is a spoilt and an arrogant youngster. His grandfather writes a will with several conditions before he dies. His will states that PJ would inherit the entire wealth only if he completes his graduation as a common man without any luxuries. PJ now has to not only complete his graduate studies but he must do it within three years and he should study in a government college in a small village called Siripuram.
A young agriculturist Velu (Kamal Hassan) goes to extremes to attain revenge against his devious landlord and her family. He is an upright young man, but when his family gets cheated out of money, he decides it’s time to take a stand. Donning various disguises, he-with help from his sister Valli (Thulasi)-sets out seeking justice against the landlord and her confrontational daughter Geetha (Ambika) and son Pazhani (Raveendran).