She decides to move to Canada but is quite pained at having to leave Cyril even temporarily. Feigning deep love, he invites her to spend the the few days left with him. Quite unsuspectingly, she moves into his apartment and begins to share what she thinks to be a wonderful time together. However, fate had in store some other plans for Tessa. Cyril creates a situation for a real estate baron Hegde (enacted by Pratap Pothen) to be in the apartment where Cyril and she live in, and she gets brutally raped. Wounded physically as well as mentally, life changes completely for her. She fights to get over the agonies and Cyril feigns to give her support. Even before she gets back to her normal self, Cyril sets the same trap for her and she gets raped a second time. Still not realising the brutal deception being played on her, she tells Cyril that she does not want to leave for Canada, but will stay on on the city to avenge the brutality committed on her. Cyril shares the information with Hegde and they realize that they may get into trouble if she will be allowed to continue with her plans. Cyril cheats her once again by planting drugs in her bag, and gets her caught by the police. Without any legal support in offer, she lands up in jail.
Inside the jail, she slowly comes back to her boldness, and gets the support she needs to first get out of the prison, and then to take revenge on those who committed unpardonable brutality on her. The rest of the story is a narrative of how she is able to set traps for those who trapped her initially, and how they fall for that, just as she fell prey to them earlier. The movie ends with Tessa moving on with her life, flying to Canada on a victorious note after avenging the brutalities committed on her.
Reema Kallinkal enacted her role with brilliance. Fahad shapes an acting style of his own. The casting of the actors, including even those who'd come and gone in a few frames, is brilliantly done. The movie also witnesses excellent performance by the old veterans such as T G Ravi, Pratap Pothen and Sathar.