The plot is basically about the ascent, fall and possible ascent of a fair and decided person who is affected by covetousness, desire and selling out. There is certainly an endearing story covered in this plot, however executive Disney's composing is dull and steps circular segments that different movies - from Aarilirunthu Arubadhuvarai to Annamalai, Muthu, Azhagan, and Vaanathai Pola - have dealt with better.
What he gives us is an excessively sensational film that is as stretchy as the parottas that Sundharam makes. Given this is a character-driven film, we expect a legitimate character curve for Sundharam, however what we get are wild hops that don't bode well. The character's ascent and fall happen right away.
In any event his underlying ascent is conceivable as Disney spends the whole first half graphing it. Yet, the two his fall and his ascent from it occur in a matter of a solitary cut. The more seasoned movies at any rate had a melody to show such changes, however we don't get anything of that sort here, prompting believability issues. Santhosh Prathap is sincere and his relationship with his Man Friday, played by Ganja Karuppu is to some degree charming, and that is the main explanation we figure out how to stay till the end.