centres around Vennila's connections with the three men in her
life. Satish (Ajith) who wins a college competition and becomes the
object of the arrogant Vennila's ire. In a fit of pique, Vennila
feigns love to him, gets him to marry her, and then ditches him on
the wedding night. The whole affair leaving the innocent
soft-hearted youth in a state of shock, and later hospitalised and
in deep coma. Santosh, the new entrant to college, who chooses
Vennila for his games of one-upmanship, leaving her puzzled as to
his motive. And Amar, her fiance from abroad, who she later
realises is a
psychopath. An interesting scenario which had the
potential to turn into a good, suspense thriller. The film is good
in parts, but has the odds heavily stacked against it.
The script goes
for a nose-dive after Vennila finds she is pregnant, and is
shocked, since she's not had physical relationship with any of the
guys. And then she realises that it was the past catching up with
her, and it was a planned vendetta by Satish's dear ones. The
director could have made the plan more convincing. The 'Test-tube-baby'
style of vendetta cuts no ice here. It's too far-fetched, a bit
ridiculous, and leaves it open to questions on a doctor's ethics.
film has other points going against it too. It has been years in
the making and the script has undergone changes along the
surprisingly it has a faded look, a lean boyish-looking Ajith
playing Satish; and an out-of-circulation Reshma as the heroine (changed
her name to Sumi for this film). Vignesh, and debutant Amar
Siddique try to infuse some life into their roles.