Published on 30 Aug 2016 | 5 months ago
In a village, a team of people are led by Ayyanar (Saravanan) on a tractor. They are going to tidy the palace for owners who are coming to their ancestral palace to sell it. During the night, the cook (Kadhal Dhandapani) is frightened by some supernatural being in the palace and he disappears.
The next day, an estranged Eshwari (Kovai Sarala) returns with her husband (Manobala) and son (Nithin Sathya). Eshwari's brother (Chitra Lakshmanan) and his daughter Maya (Raai Laxmi), welcome them. The brother and sister, along with another older brother's son Murali (Vinay Rai) and his newly wedded wife Madhavi (Andrea Jeremiah) have gathered to sell their Palace off to Ayyanar, who had leased the property for five years. Meanwhile, Paalsamy (Santhanam) sneaks into the Aranmanai under the guise of a cook, to find a photograph that is a sole evidence that he is also an heir to the palace, so that he can claim his share of the money.
Madhavi sees a servant's daughter speaking to someone named Selvi Akka. She is mentally unstable. Mishaps continue to happen and they are unable to sell the palace,so they extend their stay. Meanwhile two other servants have also gone missing. Now Ravi (Sundar.C), the older brother of Madhavi comes to the palace to meet his sister. Hilarious incidents happen as Paalsamy tries to woo Maya and he has Ravi and Eshwari's son competing with him. Madhavi and Maya tell Ravi that there are weird things happening in the house. So he sets cameras up around the house with Maya's help.
A fortune teller in front of the house runs away in terror, seeing something. The next day in the village pond, there are three bodies of the murdered workers found by the police. Ravi is shocked and visits the fortune teller who ran away from his house that night. The police officers interrogate all the members of the house about the murders with Ravi seated opposite and the egg placed in front of him. Finally when the egg starts reacting by spinning vigorously, he looks up to see that the woman is none other than his own sister, Madhavi sitting for interrogation. He follows her and sees Madhavi wear a big round vermilion on her forehead and the mirror reflection shows Selvi(Hansika Motwani).
The villagers portray Selvi as the girl who stole the Temple deity's jewels and ran off from the village. He comes across Selvi's friend Ramya. She says that Selvi is a nice girl who shared a sister-like relation with her living in the same house and that she is not a thief. Selvi is a girl who often impersonates the goddess and predicts the future accurately for the villagers.