Gandhi Babu (Natraj) is a skilled conman. He dreams up ingenious scams and executes them perfectly. He sells ignorant people ordinary snakes, claiming they are exotic and will fetch crores in the international market. He promotes a nonexistent ‘multilevel marketing’ company with its controversial chain referral schemes promising a BMW car within the year. The climax has him pulling off ‘the rice pulling scam’, one of the most high-profile scams of recent times. About 40 minutes into the film, Gandhi is arrested with multiple cases filed against him. The money he has scammed over the years comes to his rescue, and he is released, but he continues to manipulate everyone. He believes that if a person is foolish or greedy enough to be duped, then the person is to be blamed. He argues that every election voters are conned by the candidates who promise them the moon, but never come through. Banu (Ishaara Nair) is from a poor family. She comes to work for Gandhi and falls for his charms. Gandhi, despite having a soft corner for her, money is his first priority. Because of this, he abandons Banu. Some of his friends betray Gandhi, and he is beaten to a pulp. Banu looks after him for some time, and they get married. She becomes pregnant. Towards the end of the film, a group of people whom Gandhi had tricked capture him. They threaten him to settle their lump sum of money. He performs a final heist to hand over the money to them. The passage of money results in a tussle. Gandhi kills them and returns to his wife and child with the money. Finally, the look on her face makes him realize the value of life, and he leaves the money to the police custody.