Siddharth stays with his sister-in-law and her daughter Sahasra. Siddharth and Sahasra share a wondrous relationship.
However, not all of Eeswaran’s decisions take him forward in the right way leading him to issues he never even thought of.
What are the issues that he faces and was he able to overcome all of them forms the crux of the story.
Director SU Arunkumar manages to break a few stereotypes and brings out real emotions from his characters and successfully transfers them to the audiences.
While the first of the movie is good, the second gets even better. There are many nail-biting sequences which keeps the audience interested throughout.
Siddharth has delivered one of his finest performances so far. He has lived as the character Eshwaran. This is one of the biggest strengths of the movie.
Nimisha Sajayan gets a solid role in her Tamil debut, and plays it to the T.
Sahasra is entirely awesome in portrayal of her character and the movie benefits big time because of her.
Balaji who comes as the cop Vadivelu gets a meaty role. His eyes are powerful and he emotes well. He has the potential to play the lead role in the future.
Rest of the cast have all done their part well and are mighty impressive.
BGM by Vishal Chandrasekhar and songs by Dhibu Nina Thomas gel well with the theme of the movie.
Camerawork by Balaji Subramanyam needs a special mention. Rest of the technical aspects are good as well.