There is a war between Mastan Bhai's gang and Naaga's gang. Sena (Sathyaraj) is a local rowdy who works for Mastan Bhai (Anandaraj). Naaga (Vagai Chandrasekhar), the former right-hand of Mastan Bhai, tries to kill him. Sena has a little brother called Vikram (Aravind Akash) who hates rowdyism. Vikram loves Janu, sister of a police officer, Sathya. Sathya is killed by Naaga's henchmen and Vikram wants to punish the culprit.
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Have you watched Sena yet? What did you think about it?