Thiru ( vijay sethupathi) and his sidekick Super(surya vijaysethupathi) are petty thieves in the town of Thenkasi. They live without any ambitions and just live for the moment. Things turn around when Venba( Anjali) comes to town from Malaysia where she works in a rubber plantation. Thiru falls instantly in love with Venba and eventually she too gets drawn to Thiru. Both decide to get married against the wishes of Venba’s family. Venba makes one last trip to Malaysia to inform her employer and to settle her payments. That’s when trouble stars for the couple, as Venba reaches Malaysia she is taken by a skin trade gang and is transported to Cambodia. How Thiru saves her is the rest of the story.
Director Arun Kumar’s previous two films Panniyarum Padminiyum and Sethupathi IPS with Vijay Sethupathi were both impressive though both where two extremes comparing their genre. In This film Sindhubaadh both have tried something out of their comfort zones. Vijay sethupathi and Anjali’s performance in the first is the only saving grace in the film, rest is crap. As the first half breezes thru, second half ends up torturing the audience till the end with nonsense . The director tries to over complicate things by adding more information, characters and unwanted action and makes a mess of it. SIndhubaadh can be avoided. I give it 3/10