|Produced by||Pollachi M.V.Ratnam|
|Edited by||R. Bhaskaran|
Rosie (Sasikala) and Raghu (Mohan) are college mates that fall in love. Rosie's father, Inspector David (A.R.S), is aware of their love. He approves but requests the couple to focus on their education first and foremost. Raghu's parents expect him to marry Meera (Rohini). Raghu's friends and fellow college students, Kannan (Balaji), Jana (Janagaraj) and two others gang rape a young woman that ran away from home with her boyfriend. The young couple commit suicide and Inspector David finds clues to tie students from the college to the crime. To distract from the investigation, the rapists arrange for a college strike using Raghu as an excuse. The strike turns violent and Kannan kills Inspector David. Rosie dumps Raghu as she thinks he started the strike. She eventually gets a job working for Kannan who pursues her romantically. Jana loses his mind with guilt and wanders the streets. Raghu is withdrawn and depressed. Raghu's father insists he marry Meera or leave the house. Raghu chooses to leave and struggles to make ends meet. Kannan, Raghu and Rosie's paths cross continually until a culminating event forces a confrontation.
- Mohan as Raghu
- Sasikala as Rosie (introducing)
- Rohini as Meera (introducing)
- Balaji (introducing) as Kannan
- Venniradai Moorthy
- A.R.S as Inspector David
- Sukumari as Stella
- Senthamarai as Raghu's father
- S. N. Parvathy as Raghu's mother
- Janagaraj as Jana
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The soundtrack was composed by Ilaiyaraaja. The song "Eeramana Rojave" is set in the carnatic raga known as Madhyamavati, "Isaimedaiyil Intha Velayil" is set in Darbari Kanada, "Padavanthatho Gaanam" is set in Chandrakauns, and "Ragavane" is set in Hindolam.
|1||"Padippile Zero, Nadippile Hero.."||S. P. Sailaja||Gangai Amaran|
|2||"Padavanthatho Gaanam.."||P. Susheela, K. J. Yesudas||Muthulingham|
|4||"Isai Medaiyil Intha Velayil.."||S. Janaki, S. P. Balasubrahmanyam||Gangai Amaran|
|5||"Yogam Ulla Rani.."||Malaysia Vasudevan, S. P. Sailaja|
|6||"Eeramana Rojave.."||K. J. Yesudas||Vairamuthu|
|7||"Vada En Veera.."||Malaysia Vasudevan||Muthulingham|
- Sundararaman (2007) . Raga Chintamani: A Guide to Carnatic Ragas Through Tamil Film Music (2nd ed.). Chennai: Pichhamal Chintamani. OCLC 295034757.