A protagonist of Iraivi, Michael, learns about the feelings that his friend had harboured for his wife all along, and true to the stereotype of men, he stutters his way into asking his wife if she reciprocated his friend’s feelings and if she had slept with him.
Iraivi isn’t about bonding. It is about unbonding. It is about rain, and getting drenched in it. The film starts with the shots of three women- a young school girl dreaming about the man she will marry, an educated woman hoping her marriage will be different than other marriages, and an old woman complaining about her husband’s neglect of her.