The teaser, which was published earlier this year, does an excellent job at delivering a fundamental notion about the film without giving too much. The similar pattern may be seen in the trailer. The two-minute and twenty-second teaser introduces Nayanthara's character, Annapoorani, who aspires to be a cook. Her dreams need that she be well-versed in numerous types of meat.
Annapoorani, on the other hand, comes from an Orthodox Brahmin family that is noted for being vegetarian. Furthermore, her father is the priest of a local temple, which means she is the one who prepares the sanctified food that is served at the temple. Despite this, Annapoorani resolves to pursue her aspirations, enrolling in a cooking school and competing in a culinary competition. In her trip, she encounters a variety of psychological and external hurdles. The trailer also seems to depict various societal overtones, such as the stigma connected with pursuing one's aspirations, the ban of ingesting particular foods due to religious practises, the difficulty a woman confronts in breaking into a male-dominated business, and many more.