It’s his brilliant acting and above all his flawless writing that hooks you on to the screen for a little over 100-minutes. Maasilamani (Parthiban), who works as a security guard at a recreational club is held by cops as a murder suspect. While the cops want him to confess the crime, he takes us through a maze, which has various layers to it. Though we only see Parthiban onscreen, he speaks to several characters, like police officers, his son Mahesh, his wife Usha (even before he reveals that his wife’s name is Usha, the camera zooms into a ceiling fan with the same brand name). The first half of the film is about Parthiban laying a solid foundation for all these characters and him confessing to the crime. The second half is about the actor justifying it with subplots and getting away with it.