The silent communication between Kannan and his sister when a messy issue related to her is got over, are fine moments. The scenes leading to the climax are well planned, and thrilling is Kannan’s final face off with his tormentor. Debutant Mithun plays his part competently supported by a talented cast of character actors. Focused for the most part, the director seems to get distracted towards the latter part. Where he decides to revive the romantic angle which was only touched on earlier. And where an unwarranted kuthu group song is forced in. But despite the glitches, the film, a crisp 109 minutes, is a far better product than what one would have expected from a debutant maker and his team of freshers.