Siddharth (Dulquer Salmaan), a geek, is attempting to charm Meera (Ritu Varma), an average young lady nearby. Egged on by his companion and flat mate Kallis (Rakshan), he figured out how to propose to her. Furthermore, she acknowledges! Kallis, as well, gets into a relationship with Meera's companion Shreya (Niranjani Ahathiyan). Things are going acceptable, and Siddharth and Kallis, who are scamsters, choose to make a fresh start and settle down in Goa with their lady friends. In the interim, Prathap Chakravarthi (Gautham Vasudev Menon), a cop who has been by and by influenced by their violations, is resolved to grab them.
Kannum Kollaiyadithaal is a winsome sentimental spine chiller with beguiling leads and edge-of-the-seat minutes. Desingh Periyasamy shows an energy for this material both in his composition and making. Despite the fact that his reason isn't new, he figures out how to infuse newness into the scenes with smart composition. Take Kallis. He at first appears simply one more wisecracking companion that we go over in our movies, yet the chief progressively transforms him into an equal lead who is utilized to adequately help up the heavier scenes. Indeed, even a breakdown scene of this character is loaded up with the perfect measure of silliness to guarantee that things don't turn excessively genuine.
What's more, when the film transforms into a legitimate heist film in the subsequent a large portion of, the move feels consistent. The heist divides, as well, have the perfect measure of rushes and giggles. The specialized group guarantees that the windy state of mind continues. Masala Coffee and Harshvardhan Rameshwar's melodies and score are energetic while KM Bhaskaran gives the extravagance that the content merits with his visuals. Truth be told, the more drawn out running time doesn't feel like an issue at all here, however the initial 15-20 minutes are fairly disappointing.
The executive likewise doesn't make a decent attempt to make us love his characters, and rather lets his entertainers do the enchantment. In Dulquer and Ritu, he has on-screen characters who can easily be charming and the two stars, are in such fine structure here. In any case, it is Gautham Vasudev Menon who ends up being Desingh's ace in the hole. The chief's characterisation feels like a gesture to the legends in his own movies, however it is just at long last, when we get a clever self-referential scene that conveys the film's greatest giggles, that we understand how well Desingh has played us with this character.