Meera, an upcoming makeup artist, struggles to make it big in film industry, harried by the demands of her profession and big city life. After her parent's death, the only family she has is her grandmother Krishnaveni who lives in a village. Krishnaveni earns her living by singing songs of mourning, Oppari, at village funerals, a famous village tradition. Meera hates her grandmother due to an old family conflict and stays away from her until one day when she is forced to leave her city and move to her grandmother's place. The film explores the relationship between Meera and her grandmother after years of separation, how they resolve their conflict and how Meera finds her roots within the rural life and it's traditions.