Ramana (Vijayakanth) is a College professor. He has a happy family comprising of
wife Simran and children. He buys a new apartment building and moves into
the new house. But the apartment collapses in a short period of time, because of improper
construction work. In the accident, he loses his wife and daughter.
He then sets about questioning the authorities demanding an explanation for
the damage caused to him. But, he discovers that he would get no justice
because all the departments of the Government are corrupted. The people
responsible for the bad construction work remain unpunished.
Ramana decides to reform the society. He forms a team with the name
"Anti-Corruption Force" comprising of his students from all over Tamil
Nadu and compiles a list of the most corrupt officials. These officials
are kidnapped and the one who is most corrupt is hung. In this way, the most
corrupt official in each department gets killed. Whether Ramana succeeds
in reforming the society, freeing it off the evils of corruption or he fails and
succumbs to the Law, forms the rest of the story.
Director A.R.Murugadas has woven the movie in an exciting style. Some
of the scenes have been narrated splendidly. The death certificate for a dead
man is obtained from a Government hospital. Then, the dead body is taken
to a private hospital. Ramana pleads to the hospital doctors to save the
man (dead body). The hospital staff admit the #$#man#$# and keep him in the
ICU acting as if attempts are made to save his life. They also
charge several lakhs for the patient. Ramana then brings the true colour
of these people to light by proving that the man was dead even before he was
admitted to the hospital.
Vijayakanth has given a completely different
performance in "Ramana". Simran
plays a guest role as his wife who dies in the building collapse. Ashima is a new face to Kollywood. She plays the
role of a girl who becomes close to Ramana#$#s
family. She looks very beautiful and resembles Pooja Batra. It#$#s not just
her eyes that are beautiful, her expressions are wonderful too.