Onti (Arya) is a carefree and good-natured person who lives her life to the fullest without worrying about the future. In fact, his life is about solving problems for his friends, each time they face a crisis. Even when he makes a deaf ear for his brother Sankaran (Ninasam Ashwath), he repeatedly begs to live his own venture and continues to live without a job. Then, Cupid strikes and Onti falls in love with a college girl, Pasu. She scolds him initially but begins to develop feelings for him after learning of his good deeds and an example when Onty rescues him from the crooks. In the process, however, Onty becomes involved in the evil books of the villain, Silk, causing him to lose his close friend Kutty (Pawan Kumar) as well.
The second half of the film is a revengeful saga in which Onty, along with his group, caused the deaths of Silk and Kutty. Does Onty happily take the rest of the story with Paru?
Onty is a run-of-the-mill commercial drama with a substantial amount of action, but the story is weak and to no effect. There are many punch lines that some sections of the audience may like. If you have a penchant for action flicks that have some pieces of romance thrown at them, Onty may curtail your interest.