Director: Vikraman; Writer: Vikraman; Producer: Viswanathan Ravichandran; Cinematographer: Arthur A. Wilson; Editor: V. Jaishankar; Cast: Vijaykanth, Meena, Prabhu Deva, Livingston, Kousalya, Senthil, Ramesh Kanna, Anju Aravind, Vineetha, Devan, S.N. Lakshmi, Rajeev, Anandraj, Anand, Sabitha Anand, Balu Anand, Singamuthu
Duration: 02:39:05; Aspect Ratio: 2.353:1; Hue: 39.579; Saturation: 0.116; Lightness: 0.394; Volume: 0.195; Cuts per Minute: 17.531
Summary: Vellaichaamy (Vijayakanth) thinks the world of his three brothers, even giving up marriage when he learns that the woman he loves plans to send them to a hostel after the wedding. The brothers live with their grandmother (S. N. Lakshmi). Vellaichamy works hard to raise them, and they too reciprocate his love and affection. The eldest of the three, Muthu (Vijayakanth), is a cook in a small hotel. When Vellachamy learns that Muthu is in love with his childhood playmate Gowri (Meena), he goes to the city to his friend (Rajeev) with the marriage proposal, only to be insulted. Circumstances bring Muthu to the city, to Gowri's palatial bungalow where he works as a cook. Gowri is arrogant and rude until she realizes that Muthu is her childhood pal. She does all the wooing and persuades her father to get her married to Muthu. Gowri expects fireworks when she enters Muthu's rustic home, but she happily blends into the sugary ambience. Her father, a business tycoon, does make some unpleasant noise in the background, but gives up soon enough. Shanmugam (Livingston), the second, who is training to be an inspector, is married to Vellaichamy's friend's daughter Sumathi (Anju Aravind). Initially, she too is rude and insulting to Vellachamy, but due to her astrological reasons made her to speak like that, she too turns out to be a good lady. The third brother Selvakumar (Prabhu Deva) is a doctor. Selvam has a girlfriend Nandini (Kausalya), a talkative and vivacious girl. But she has just to meet Vellachamy and she becomes one more addition to the 'love Vellachamy' brigade. She, however, turns out to be the daughter of Vellachamy's enemy Dharmalingam (Devan). Dharmalingam refuses to get Nandini married to Selvam. But apart from taking a promise from Vellachamy that he would leave the village once the marriage was over, he gives his consent. Nandini's cousin (who wanted to marry her for the wealth) kidnaps her, but Muthu saves her. Vellachamy returns and reunites with his family.