Kuttan, an annoyingly disciplined and a bigoted upper-caste retired police officer, is living with his son Kichu. After Bharati, Kuttan’s younger sister, falls in love with lower caste Kuttappan and elopes with him against her family’s wish, the attempts on Kuttan's life increases and his paranoia make the lives around him miserable.
Committed and fiery, Sub Inspector Aravind Karunakaran is obliged to be part of an investigation where an innocent man Murali is deliberately being set up for the murder of a middle-aged couple. Fearing the consequences of revealing that they had deliberately framed Murali, the team refuses to investigate it further and let go of the man that they had arrested. Will they find the one responsible?
When his unlucky horoscope doesn't bode well for his future wife, an earnest bachelor goes to surprising lengths to get the family he's always wanted. Will the stars align?
Former rowdy Jayan is in a mission to conduct the marriage of his niece. Things got out of hands when things get worse
The Film is based on the infamous 'Charlie Murder Case' in the Indian State of Kerala where the main culprit Sukumara Kurup has been on the run for decades and is still not been caught. The story revolves around the perspective of Sukumara Kurup and the Police officers who were investigating the case.
A divorced woman trying to get hired as a French tutor and teaching classical dance, and she has a daughter. Her brother Manuel also resides in a flat in Chennai. Their next door neighbours are Unnikrishnan, a retired Major who has a pet dog, Prabhakaran and Bibeesh who lives with a serial-actress aunt (not related by blood) and his young school going brother. The story revolves around the divorced mother and daughter finding happiness of love in their own ways. The film explores commonality of romantic love in different stages of life.