Gaja letter - coordinating election campaigns, being his boss’ eyes and ears around the village and even extorting bribes.
It so happens that Magodis Thuma's beautiful daughter Padmi, who has been pursuing higher studies in USA decides to return to the village after several years, together with her best friend Sweety. As expected, Magodis Thuma entrusts Gajaman with the important task of picking them up from the airport in his SUV and driving them back safely to the village. Gajaman arrives at the airport well ahead of time and waits patiently for his important guests to arrive. When he finally sets his eyes on Padmi his world is turned upside down as he falls head over heels for her. He sweats profusely, struggles to maintain eye contact and mumbles his words through conversations during the drive back to the village. His situation is not helped by the fact that her Sinhala is understandably not the best while he has no clue about the English language.
Over the next few days and weeks, the love-struck Gajaman makes every possible attempt to reach out to Padmi and express his feelings for her, well aware of the fact that if his boss gets to know he will surely be in hot water. He even signs up for an English class to master the language to a level where he can converse with her and maybe even impress her.
The news of Gajaman's infatuation for his daughter reaches Magodis Thuma and he is infuriated. He storms into Gajaman's home and banishes him from the village, threatening to kill him if he ever sets foot in the village or attempts to get in touch with his daughter. Fearing for his life, Gajaman has no choice but to run away from the village not knowing if or when he will ever be able to return. He contemplates how his whole life has fallen apart because of his love for Padmi. While he is wallowing in his sorrow, it so happens that an unexpected turn of events presents him with the opportunity to turn his luck around and get his life back on track.