Gandhi Mahaan (Vikram) is a commerce teacher, who follows Gandhian values until he meets his childhood friend Sathyavan (Bobby Simha), who brews liquor.
In no time, Mahaan joins the liquor business and starts ruling the liquor mafia. But things change when his son, Dadabhai Naoroji (Dhruv Vikram), a Gandhian follower, comes back as a policeman to wipe out his father’s liquor business.
Did Dadabhai complete his mission? How did Mahaan face his son forms the rest of the story.
Director Karthik Subbaraj has good experience in dealing with gangster movies. He narrates it in his own space and has his signature all over the movie.
Vikram delivers his best performance as a common man and also as a mafia leader. His performance in emotional scenes is quite mesmerizing.
Bobby Simha lives in his character and is impressive. Sananth and Muthukumar give their best in their respective roles. Shreyaa’s cinematography is good.
Santhosh Narayanan needs to be appreciated for his outstanding music that helps in elevating the scenes.