Rajakannu and his wife Sengeni belong to a lower cast and work as laborers in the field to protect it from rats. Although they live a life of poverty, they are happy with what they have. Rajakannu and Sengeni plan a second child, and soon Sengeni gives the good news.
However, one day, Rajkannu is called to the house of an upper-caste man as a snake has sneaked inside his house. The next day, theft of jewelry is reported in the same house, raising suspicion towards Rajkannu. The cops try to arrest Rajkannu, but he leaves the town for work.
As a result, the cops detain a pregnant Sengani and the rest of the family members, asking them details about Rajkannu. The cops trace Rajkannu and torture him and his brothers in jail, asking him to confess to a crime they did not commit. Later, Sengeni finds out that Rajkannu and his brother have eloped from the prison to escape torture.
Mythra, who teaches in a tribal village, comes across a lawyer named Chandru who fights for tribal people. After hearing Sengeni’s story, Chandru files a Habeas corpus case in court.
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