Bhairavaa (Vijay) is a loan collection agent who takes care of troublesome clients who dodge loans and he is best at the job. He and his friend ( Satish) though orphans , help others in need and live life to the full. When Bhairavaa meets Malar Vizhi ( Keethi Suresh) in a wedding it’s love at first sight.When Bhairavaa approaches MalarVizhi to express his love , he finds out that she is in big trouble in her home town. How Bhairavaa helps her out is the rest of the story.
As usual Vijay is the only reason why Bhairavaa might receive any positive response from the audience. Though the storyline seems very straight forward the execution makes it a never ending opus. With a never ending flashback for a first half and overflowing second half packed with infinite scenes you actually need two intermissions for this 168 min drama. Santhosh Narayanan’s theme music alone stands out , as his songs just don’t register and are a waste of precious screen time. Keerthi Suresh does a decent job, but other cast members are just standbys .Action scenes keep the audience a little busy, but it’s not enough to salvage the bad execution on the film. Bhairavaa gets 4/10