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A common man who loves his family more than himself falls into a big trouble. His mobile number gets available to some bad guys and slowly the problem grows.
The hero of the movie M. Madan always desired to be a director. Someday he meets up Upasana Ray in the temple, and falls for her. A coincidence forms that Upasana teaches in that school where Madan's nephew and niece are studying. Madan while attending his friend's wedding ceremony, met once again with her, but this time Upasana was serving her friend on her wedding day. Madan's friend formally exchanged the introduction of all of them. Further, the friendship between Madan and Upasana turns into love. Upasana's father stops her from meeting Madan again as he didn't want to give his daughter to a person who works in the movie industry. After that, Madan throws a challenge to her father that in cinema sector he'll acquire fame for himself. He also tells her father that he will earn one lakh rupees in one week, How he makes money is suspense for you guys. Meanwhile, somewhere a gangster gets connected to a murder. Somehow he dials to a number; coincidentally the phone number was of Madhan. The hardcore local don doesn't reply when Madhan receives the phone call. The mobile of the don Daniel Balaji gets caught, and while investigation police find Madhan's number and like this, he gets involved in the case. The remaining story will be revealed when you will watch the whole movie.
The cinema highlights the way our youth should use technology with proper care and should be careful before getting addicted to it. The movie seems to drag when it nears to end. Upasana as a debutant is breathtakingly beautiful. All the characters do their job accurately. The second hour is little slow, whereas the climax is exciting.
As per the demand of the script, Madhan has done his side perfect, very well in the romantic scenes. The female also tried to deliver her best, but as per the story, the villain could have emerged more attention seeking, sadly that couldn't happen. Jayaprakash, Srinivasan, Meera and the remaining actors also have done a decent job.
What’s not there?
Sadly Enbathettu turns out to be an average.
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