Ajay (Asif Ali) grows up in a well to do family in Mysore grieving over a Dad who deserted him and mom very early in life. While he disapproves of Mom Sreepradha's (Tisca Chopra) steady boy friend (Prakash Bare) of several years, their bond is as strong as you would typically expect in a single parent family.
During a tough phase in his life, when his life's ambition of graduating from National Defense Academy is in shatters, with the encouragement from his girl friend, he takes up on an invitation from his father, Adv Sidharth (Prem Prakash) to visit him in Kerala. Antogonistic at first and apprehensive later, Ajay visits Kerala, only to get sucked into his ailing Dad's professional career as a leading civil attorney and the social ills he is fighting. The rest of the movie is all about how the case brings the father and son together and how this case unravels in the modern Kerala society.
Bobby-Sanjay has yet again created a wonderfully thought provoking story, which unfortunately shows the lack of depth in treatment by VK Prakash. This is not one of Asif's best roles and the same can be said about Prem Prakash. Tisca does a wonderful job as the mom, but the rest of the cast barring Saiju Kurup as Prem Prakash's brother and Nedumudi Venu as the central aggrieved character are mostly wasted. Music by M Jayachandran too is passable.
The nuances in the story of Bobby-Sanjay is at play once again, when Sidharth summarizes his relationship to the estranged Sreepadha in literally one sentence. This is the beauty of these writers, but certainly hope they start directing their own movies or work exclusively with the top notch directors in the field