Rating: 0 star

The director has tried to give a love story with the background of old people's home. He has not done justice to either of them.

Karthik is an orphan who does all kinds of odd jobs at 'Rojavanam', an old people's home. He is well-liked by all the old people there. Laila is the owner's daughter, who comes from abroad. Karthik falls in love with her and some of the old people in the home (M.S.V., Nambiar, Kaka Radhakrishnan, Jaiganesh,Manorama, etc.) set up some instances to make Laila also fall in love with Karthik and they succeed in this venture. But, as expected, Laila has a 'murai mappillai'. If Laila refuses to marry the 'murai Laila and Karthik in Roja Vanammappillai', then Rojavanam would be demolished. So, Karthik does a 'thyaagam' and sacrifices his love for the sake of the old people.

Laila looks okay, but doesn't do any acting. No one knows why Malavika is in this movie. Will somebody tell Karthik to spit out whatever he has in his mouth and then deliver his dialogues? None of the songs are worth remembering or mentioning. A total waste of time and a real bore.

Usha Gopalakrishnan

Original Photograph (Rojavanam): Thanks to Cinema Express
Photograph scanned & reworked by: Sandya