Poi Solla Porom is a 2008 Tamil comedy film directed by A. L. Vijay. The film is a remake of the Bollywood cult film Khosla Ka Ghosla and stars Karthik Kumar, Piaa Bajpai, and Nedumudi Venu in the lead roles. The music was composed by M. G. Sreekumar with editing done by Anthony and cinematography by Aravind Krishna. The film released on 12 September 2008.
- Status Released
- Release date 12 Sep 2008
K. R. Sathyanathan (Nedumudi Venu) is a typical middle-class man who has just retired. He wants to buy a plot of land in the city and move in with his wife Saradha (Lakshmi Ramakrishnan) and children: Uppilinathan alias Uppili (Karthik Kumar), Vishwanathan alias Vicha (Omar Lateef), and Sindhu (Justina). However, Uppili, who is a software engineer, has no interest in the house and is keen to leave India for New York, where he has obtained a job.
Sathyanathan buys the plot from "World Famous Properties", which is managed by Vijayakumar (Cochin Haneefa). When he goes to break stone to build his house, he finds a compound wall erected over his plot with the nameplate saying "Baby Properties". After numerous attempts to meet him, Sathyanathan finally meets Baby (Nassar), who wants him to pay half of the amount paid for the plot to be paid to Baby in order to vacate the plot. The Sathyanathan family tries to think of multiple solutions and finally resorts to hiring thugs to break the compound at night. Sathyanathan is arrested the next morning.
Through all this, Uppili's attitude towards his father's problem changes when he sees how attached he is to the property. Uppili meets his travel agent named Asif Iqbal alias Asif Bhai (Bosskey) to cancel the US trip. Asif reveals that he was once Baby's assistant and was cheated by him of his ancestral land. Uppili, with the help his girlfriend Amrutha (Piaa Bajpai) and Asif, convinces Daddy (Moulee), who is a stage actor and has 136 awards, to act as Varma, an NRI businessman from Dubai who has to India to sell a plot which actually belongs to the fisheries board of government. At last, Baby pays Varma, the advance amount (35 lakhs) for the fishery land and the Sathyanathan family uses that money to get their land.
The film ends with Sathyanathan's family living happily ever after. Baby's assistant Johnny (John Vijay) reveals that there is no man in the name of Varma and the land belongs to the state government. Baby acknowledges that he has been cheated and decides to cover it up to preserve his reputation.
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