A story of a modern day Robin Hood who takes from the corrupted rich to provide education for the poor. Krishnamoorthy alias Kicha (Arjun) is a respected person in his local community and runs a small business. But Kicha, at the same time, is also a undercover robber.
He is accompanied by his friend Mani (Goundamani). He has stolen millions of rupees from many victims. The home minister and the police are adamant to catch this mysterious robber yet are unsuccessful. Susheela (Madhoo), a simple Brahmin girl working under Kicha falls for him. Azhagar Nambi (Charan Raj) is an efficient Police officer who takes charge to nab Kicha, at one instance Azhagar Nambi challenges to really catch him and makes a plan.
But Kicha still escapes and this results in the tonsuring of Azhagar Nambi's head. Later Azhagar Nambi gets married to the cousin of Susheela, which leads him closer in identifying Kicha. But Kicha somehow finds a way and escapes. Kicha makes one final robbery as planned and once he makes it Azhagar Nambi arrests him. It was reported that Kicha spent all the theft money to build a college for the poors.
At the courtroom, he reveals the reasons of his Robinhood Avatar with a very strong flashback about a tragedy in his family resulting in the death of his mother (Manorama) and his best friend Ramesh (Vineeth).
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