Laced with laughs, this family-oriented drama delightfully depicts the life of Kuttan, who holds a prestigious administrative post in a government office. He lives with his wife, Vijayalakshmi and daughter, Sridevi. Although all seems well at the outset, there seems to be deep discord in the marital bond between Vijayalakshmi and Kuttan.
Their vivacious Sridevi is in love with one of her classmates in college, Ravi. When Kuttan expresses the desire to get her married, she confesses about her love. Vijayalakshmi's position is stated with vehemence when she speaks for her daughter and the importance of marrying a person one loves, unlike in her own case, in which she was forced to be imprisoned in a marriage without love. What happened in Vijayalakshmi's past to turn her so bitter and cold? How did Kuttan and Vijayalakshmi come to be married? Will Vijayalakshmi succeed in ensuring that Sridevi gets married to the man she loves? Is there any possibility of repair and rejuvenation in the relationship between Kuttan and Vijayalakshmi?