Kokila(Nayanthara) is the eldest daughter of her lower middle class family, which comprises of her helpless father ( RJ Sivaji) , her mother (Saranya Ponvannan) and young sister shobi (Jacqueline). Kokila who is trying to survive in the male dominated society is juggling jobs without compromising her dignity. But tragedy strikes when her mother is diagnosed with lung cancer and she has to find a way to churn out 15 Lakhs for her treatment. That’s when she comes across a drug peddling gang who is in need of unsuspicious face to dodge the law enforcement. Kokila manages to transport drugs without any problems and becomes a main asset to the gang. But things become dark as she comes to know that the gang will not let her leave and she has to do this life long. That’s when she begins to devise a escape plan . How Kokila manages to do this and save her family is the rest of the story.
Very few films with the dark comedy genre appeals to the audience, but director nelson has achieved this along with a female lead. It’s only fair to say that this film delivered only because of Nayanthara, has she dominates the whole film with her transformation from a soft spoken girl to cunning mastermind . The director supports the main female lead with a balanced support cast who have equal opportunity to perform. Anirudh’s BGM supports the film thru out , though only the hit song is worth listening too. The first half takes times to settle, but in the second Saranya Ponvannan and Yogi Babu keep you engaged. Some characters may test your patience but all to get her the film keeps you entertaining and make your money worth for the film. I give the 7/10