A cursed spirit born from the damaged institution of marriage manifests itself in a haunted mansion where two estranged branches of family are stuck inside. Rajinikanth, as expert sleuth, fighter, and charmer, exorcises the spirit through reconciling modern & historical science (psychiatry and religious rituals). A curious concoction of haunted house tropes, staged largely in brightly lit, daytime interiors which would lend themselves more to the film's comedic aspirations if these were not equally awkwardly handled, i.e. a persistent running gag where Vadivelu worries that his wife is sleeping with Rajinikanth. Some inspired moments are sprinkled throughout, such as a dance sequence where a cluster of kites spell out ’SUPER STAR” in the sky, and the film picks up around the climax although as far as Rajinikanth vehicles go, this one didn't quite click with me.