Leo Sivakumar dreams of making it big in the film industry. He stages revolutionary dramas in his native in Dindigul.
His neighbour Sanchitta Shetty falls in love with him. In the meantime, Leo Sivakumar gets an opportunity to work as assistant director to Prabhu Solomon in Chennai and Sanchitta also moves to the city for work.
They fall in love with each other and eventually get married despite the opposition from their family members.
They give birth to a baby. However, Leo is not able to take care of Sanchitta and the baby due to work pressure and family situation.
Did Leo succeed in his dream? What happens to Sanchitta and the baby forms the rest of the story.
The story of the film is not new to Tamil cinema. However, director R Vijayakumar showcases how work pressure has affected families in the current scenario.
He also touches upon the importance of raising children.
Leo Sivakumar as the aspiring filmmaker has carried his role in a decent manner.
However, there is still scope of improvements. Sanchitta Shetty as the struggling mother who is longing to have a happy family is impressive.
Vijay Sethupathi plays a cameo and as usual leaves his mark in the role.
Rest of the cast have delivered what was expected from them.
Music by N R Raghunathan compliments the movie well. Camerawork by A R Ashok Kumar is impressive.