Synopsis: Ambu, a carefree college student falls in love with Nidhi, a girl he sees at a bus stop. He finds out that her father is a friend of his own father and tries to convey his feelings to her.
Genre: Comedy, Romance
136 min

- Nothing.

There will be buses.

You can take it.

Yes, tell me.

Hey, where are you?

- I am still at home.

At home?

What are you doing there?

Hurry up.

Freshers will come today.

We must get there on time.

- There is no fuel in my bike.

Do one thing.

Get some petrol in a bottle.

I will do one thing then.

I will go with Buck.

Fuel your bike

and come whenever you please.


- Hey.

Pandi, you rascal.

Chakrapani, I heard that Vinod

has come back from Saudi Arabia.

Yes, he's back. - I heard that

he isn't going back.

Yes, he isn't.

- Why?

It's a mess back there.

- Really?

Terrorism, bombs, guns..

It's a mess.

There was a recent explosion.

- What?

A bomb.

00:09:59:08DURATION: 01:16TIMEOUT: 00:10:00:24

A bomb.

On top of everything,

they introduced Nitaqat.

What is it?

- Nitaqat.

It facilitates employment

only for their citizens.

Oh, I see.

As soon as it was introduced,

he abandoned everything.

He is planning to start

a new business here.

Whatever it is, his return is going

to affect Chakrapani.

How will it affect me?

His house, of which you were

the caretaker..

You used to rent it for birthday

and bachelor parties.

It was your golden goose.


Now it's all gone.

Hey, cut it out.

Don't laugh.

Koya, tell me.

If Mr. Vinod starts a business

who will be his go-to man?

It would be you.

- Right?

Did you hear him?

- Yes.

The wanderer is here.

Shut up.

Muthappan will thrash you.

Get a plantain leaf for him.

What about my role?

- Yes.

00:10:59:48DURATION: 01:96TIMEOUT: 00:11:01:44

What about my role?

- Yes.

Don't give my role to anyone else.

I am building my body for it.

Don't forget.

I am beefing it up.

'A squad to catch beggars.'

'Prohibition of beggars

is on the cards.'

'Those who break the law

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