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Shankar (Sooraj Pancholi) is a giddy warrior who interfaces individuals with their precious ones when they are missing them, with the hep of his ‘satellite’. At the point when our legend winds up harming himself during a fire-trade, he exchanges his wiped out leave for a couple of days off and embarks to meet his mom and grandma in Pollachi.
His companions from the batallion pack him with blessings and messages for their nearby ones. Subsequent to taking the ‘military shapath’ to return back to the base inside the stipulated time, he sets out on an adventure from Jammu and Kashmir to Kanyakumari. On his way to his old neighborhood, Sooraj crosses way with various individuals who are condescending in tight spots and causes them out. He even associates with a medical attendant, Pramila (Megha Akash), with whom his mom is quick to set him with for a masterminded marriage. The remainder of the plot spins around how Sooraj keeps up a trooper’s guarantee.
Sooraj Pancholi has placed in true exertion in his demonstration. Tragically, his non-verbal communication and discourse conveyance never gives him a chance to sparkle all through the film. Megha Akash makes a sure presentation and her adorable talk with Sooraj Pancholi leaves you with a grin. Paulomi Gosh has made a fine showing as a video blogger.
All things considered, staying consistent with these words, the film succeeds in interfacing with your feelings. Unfortunately, the impact isn’t enduring.