The first occasion when we see Raja Senthoor Pandian, he is lying spread in his bed. His telephone rings, but instead than get it, he gets an alcohol bottle. We have had cops who down idlis with brew in Tamil film, yet what despite everything makes this scene a shock is that Raja is played by Cheran, who is the last on-screen character you expect in the job of a drunkard cop. This throwing is both an or more and a less. While Cheran causes us to relate to his character's hardship as a dad, it is hard to accept him as a cop. What's more, to top up this liquor addiction, Raja likewise experiences Kleine–Levin disorder or Sleeping Beauty Syndrome, which makes him rest for extensive stretches — even weeks!
This insecure state of his is the thing that has prompted his better half looking for separate from him, and living independently with their teenaged little girl Krithika (Nandana Verma). Be that as it may, when Krithika, who is going to travel to another country to seek after her higher investigations, comes to live with him for 10 days, Raja attempts to make them critical, yet four lawbreakers (a tolerable Irfan plays the pioneer of this group) who he had put in a correctional facility a few years prior are out to get retribution by utilizing his girl as a pawn, and transforming his fantasy into a bad dream.
As far as plot, Rajavukku Check helps you to remember Lens, another genuinely ongoing new-age spine chiller that likewise had a hero who needed to do the adversary's offering while at the same time being observed and kept in his own home. Be that as it may, this new-age idea is let somewhere near the hackneyed treatment. Sai Rajkumar's composing is cumbersome, transforming the story into an over-the-top sensational one loaded up with discoursed that are pointless excess, while his filmmaking is neither dirty nor smooth. The rushes that we feel originate from the repulsive circumstance in the story — a hapless dad confronting the possibility of watching his little girl being assaulted with no alternative to support her or even turn away — and not from the filmmaking. It additionally helps that this storyline is a reverberation of the Pollachi sexual maltreatment embarrassment, where rich youngsters went after defenseless young ladies.
Indeed, there are sharp thoughts (like the utilization of the Sleeping Beauty Syndrome in the last half), however they stay only that and never meet up satisfyingly as a sincerely affecting account. Indeed, even the endeavors at demonstrating us the bond between the dad and girl feels adolescent. Concerning the contention among Raja and his significant other (Sarayu Mohan), it stays immature, and doesn't treat the last with respect.
Yet, regardless of whether we look past these issues, the empty good center of the film is upsetting. On one hand, it needs us to feel shocking for the little youngster who is going to be assaulted, yet on the other, it uses to feel diminished when another female character (played by Srushti Dange) is assaulted! Until further notice, the film stays a half-not too bad one that neglects to satisfy the capability of its plot.