Eventually, Munna's and Harini's parents find out about their relationship and are furious, as they want them to focus on their studies.Harini's father Chandra Shekar (Raviprakash), who is a powerful Indian Revenue Service officer, holds a meeting involving Munna, his friends, their parents, Mangalam and Harini's friends at his house; both sets of parents decide that Munna and Harini will not contact each other till their studies are over.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.Soon, they are approached by a Naxalite group to compose songs against the government.They do it for the money and are eventually arrested under POTA.He conveys his feelings to her while on a day-out in a resort, but she rejects him.Later, Sampatha tells Munna that Harini would accept him only if he streaks on Mount Road, which is not true. When Harini finds out what Munna had done, she bails him out of jail and accepts his love.
As Rani is the only one who can prove that Munna did not have sex with her, the friends begin searching for her.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.Boys is a 2003 Indian Tamil coming-of-age film directed by S. It stars newcomers Siddarth, Genelia, Bharath, Nakul, Manikandan and Sai Srinivas Thaman in the lead roles. The film conveys a message about the importance of a good education and career over other distractions, such as romance and sex. The story centers on six youngsters, who experience the downfalls of teenage life.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.This does not prove successful, so Mangalam encourages them to explore their natural musical talents.The teenagers form a band named "Boys", composing modern versions of popular Tamil devotional songs, and eventually gain recognition.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.