As the prostitute is the only one who can prove that Munna did not have sex with her, the friends begin searching for her.Kumar spots her on a moving bus and tries to get on it.After they are released from prison, the teenagers show more resolve to succeed.After a few unsuccessful attempts, they are finally signed by Sony Music and record their first album.Munna agrees, realising that their career is more important than their love. They dedicate their first live success in memory of Kumar.On the day of the divorce hearings, Mangalam, now the pop group’s manager, fields many calls to replace Harini with another girl. The judge (Solomon Pappaiah) sees this as a sign that she still cares for him and does not agree to the divorce.While celebrating their success, a drunk Krishna accidentally tells Harini about their earlier encounter with the prostitute.Harini, who is deeply hurt at this revelation leaves Munna and returns to her parents, despite his insistence that they did not meet before the encounter and that he did not have sex with the prostitute.
Much to the chagrin of their parents, they have no interest in studies.
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, who is a powerful Indian Revenue Service officer, holds a meeting involving Munna, his friends, 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.
He conveys his feelings to her while on a day-out in a resort, but she rejects him.
Later, Harini's friend tells Munna that Harini would accept him only if he streaks on Mount Road, which was not true. When Harini finds out what Munna had done, she bails him out on jail and accepts his love.