Oviyam loves her grandfather, Thatha, but is also embarrassed by his one little quirk: he always wears a dhoti.
When her school announces the date for Grandparents Day, Oviyam is flooded with doubts and what-ifs. “What if my classmate tugs on Thatha’s dhoti and it falls?”
She dreams that night of all her friends laughing and poking fun at Thatha.
Oviyam wakes up the next morning with puffy eyes. Thatha is all dressed up, eagerly waiting to leave.
She tries everything from her little book of tricks to stop him from going, including sending out a prayer, but fate has other plans in store.