There are these two guys and there is this college. Now, it might be very possible for us to confuse which is which. That's why the guys are shown to be less intelligent than the college. But they definitely have more hair than the college.
This brings us to another confusion. How are we supposed to know if they are actually the heroes or the heroines? There are many a hairy female jumping around, you know. At this end, these guys wear clothes that do not reveal their deep bellybuttons, concluding that they are probably not the heroines.
This leads to further complications. If they did not wear clothes revealing their midriffs, then how the hell did I know sensitive details like the depth of their bellybuttons? You don't have to wear clothes to show bellybuttons. But that doesn't mean these guys don't wear clothes. Which we're not sure is good or bad, given their choice in clothes...
So there are these two guys in this college. One is Shiva and the other is Vishnu. That's not what the guys are called. Those are the gods you'll pray to, to keep these two away from your real life. They're that likable.
Shiva (Siva Balaji) and Shyam (Karthik) give everybody the impression that they spend their vacations in Paris and other countries. But in reality they're both orphans living in a suburban colony and meeting both ends meet by working in the nights. That explains the way they look and behave - no sleep can do that to you.
They're meaninglessly existing when Megha (Neha) enters the college. Megha is the ex-flame of Shyam. This makes the proceedings interesting. Megha shows some multidimensional expressions which will completely have us running in all dimensions. Try it, it's very interesting.
Interestingly, Megha is a hot-headed female. She's also a hot-bodied female. This gives her the opportunity to throw her arrogance around. The two heroes take care of her, and that takes care of the first half.
Things are no less morose in the next half. Shyam and Shiva find out that Suhasini (college principal) is the mother of either of them. Which one she abandoned 20 years ago, they don't know. In unavoidable circumstances Suhasini had to do something as despicable as this. Of course, we're talking about why Suhasini did this movie.
Now, it seems she's the mother of Shyam, but he sacrifices her for Shiva. Not that he believes that he was born to Shiva, but that he tells Shiva that Suhasini is his mother not his mother. Got confused? So did we. So did the makers. Ultimately, it's all one happy family.
The whole concept of sacrificing your mother for your friend is really novel. It's the execution that is tremendously stupid. A copy of a Malayalam film was never this bad.
Both the heroes fit their roles perfectly - they're worthy of being abandoned at birth. Neha looks confused throughout. She's still coming to terms with this planet. The only thing in this movie is Suhasini. Wonder why she's doing such movies. Really. Same for the great Vishwanath. Though the movie is a cesspool of juvenility, it gets half-a-star more for these legends.