Boys was simultaneously released in Telugu as well with the same title.

Despite all of its lead characters being debutantes, the film was the second most expensive Tamil film produced at that time, only behind Shankar's own 1998 film Jeans.

Soon, they are approached by a Naxalite group to compose songs against the government.

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But without Harini, the lead female vocal, the record labels are unwilling to sign them.

When the boys request Harini’s presence for a live show on MTV, her parents accept, but on the condition that Munna sign the divorce papers.

Kumar spots her on a moving bus and tries to get on it.

In the process he falls under the wheels of the bus and dies.

Munna (Siddharth), Babu Kalyanam alias Bob Galy (Bharath), Krishna (Thaman), Kumar (Manikandan) and Juju (Nakul) are five friends.

They come from different backgrounds – Munna from a middle-class family, Bob Galy from a Telugu-speaking family, Juju from an academically-inclined family, Krishna from a rich family and Kumar from a poor family.

But all of them have common interests – spending their time smoking, downing alcohol, ogling girls, watching pornography and complaining about their parents.

Much to the chagrin of their parents, they have no interest in studies.

Munna's friends walk out of their homes too, in a show of solidarity for Munna and Harini.

Mangalam helps the teenagers find a modest residence and they take up part-time jobs to support themselves, including their education.

He conveys his feelings to her while on a day-out in a resort, but she rejects him.