Embedded with melodious music and charged emotion, this relationship drama delves into the twists and turns in the life of Chandramouli (Mohanlal), an internationally acclaimed composer and drummer, who started his musical journey in Madras with a group of four friends. While all the four settled themselves in various capacities in the film music industry, Chandra branches out.
The narrative begins when Guna (Siddique), a music director seeks out his old friend to give beats to a peppy song in a Lal Jose (in a guest appearance) film. This starts the process of reunion. One of the group is Isaac (Lal), who has stopped composing music as he cannot compromise on his principles. He makes a living by playing violin for other composers. He has a drinking problem and for this reason, he is separated from his wife and child. He cuts a sorry figure among his friends. Henry (Rehman) is a keyboard player. He is married but a flirt by nature. So, his wife always follows him and his friends always help him out of sticky situations. Vichan (Mukesh) is a background musician. He has two wives and two homes. Balu (Harisree Asokan) is a Tabla player, who complains that his instrument has become redundant after the advent of the synthesizer.
Into this mix of old friends returns Chandramouli, a man who is truly committed to remain without commitments and attachments. However, when he develops a deep attraction for Daya Sreenivasan, a young playback singer on the verge of marriage, his whole life turns upside down. Can Chandramouli win Daya's heart? Will he be willing to give up his freedom of choice to settle down into a committed, monogamous relationship?
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Renowned director, Lal Jose makes a cameo appearance as himself in this film. Read More