Movie Carnival - Season 1
Age Description: U/A 16+ PG - Language, Alcohol, Sex
Cast: Mithesh Mahadevan, Vipul Deshpande, Bharat Savale, Ajay Chaure, Anmol Bakaya
Its a story of young photographer who witnesses a murder of a young innocent Muslim boy from his newly bought second hand cameras Card. During his investigation, he discovers an aftermath of a terror attack in the city and he discovers communal politics and complicated human relationships.
Mukit has just been left by his girlfriend and denied the payment for his work. Even in the company of his friends, he seems to be alone. Life has come to a stop. Will Mukit let go of it all?
A cafe harbours three stories an ex serial killer is set on a blind date but he suffers from withdrawal symptoms controlling urges to kill his date To escape a break up situation, a guy cons his girlfriend into believing that he is a contract killer A death artist, an actor who is practising or doing method acting by dying indifferent places.
After the commander announces a citywide lockdown to make the city crime free, Aaditya, a soldier from the city forces attempts to protect the people of city. Hunted by the commander and his forces, he is unable to cope with the pressure and attempts suicide but lands up in the world of coma. Aaditya must now choose between staying in the world of coma to avoid further bloodshed or to come back and keep his promise to protect the people of the city.
Prerna Talwar is worked to the core and things seem to be headed towards stability for her family until a second child comes along. Years go by and she plays the part of the ideal mother to her two dissatisfied children, never looking back to see what she missed out on. When everything settles down - offered a chance to finally live, she realises that the life she once dreamt of is now behind her.
Karma has her own way of giving it back. Krit , a rowdy teenager misbehaves with everyone, be it his parents or classmates. One day , while running away after his misdeed, he falls down into a well and spends the entire night alone, shouting and crying for help. Ironically , it is the same boy whom he bullies in class,who comes to his rescue, thus teaching him a lesson of a lifetime.
A story of an ordinary introverted Postmansunderlal, who has a monotonous life and faces boredom in his everyday routine, until there’s an accidental encounter between him and a sweet and aspiring young lady, who happens to visit the Post Office, searching for the “LETTER”. Then the letter becomes the medium for him to get close to her.
Suraj and Chandu have been best friends since they could barely walk. With age their friendship has seen itself only fester into a bond that brothers share. Both are the two ends of this relationship. However, although they started out as friends, things change along the way from one end. Suraj falls in love with Chandu and Chandu is oblivious to this. And living in a small town, Suraj is scared to the idea of coming ‘out of the closet’. Due to certain events , in a rush of moments , Suraj makes an advance towards Chandu, which alienates Chandu from this friendship. While Suraj tackles with his feelings towards Chandu and tries to come face to face with this sexuality, he alienates his best friend.
Mahek, a college student gets rescued by an independent older woman Geetanjali. She takes her to her home and the two become friends. Since their meeting, Mahek cant stop thinking about G, her moniker for Geetanjali and ditches her friends to be with her. Her collegemate teases her about her relation with Geetanjali. When Mahek expresses her feelings to Geetanjali, she gets snubbed. But Geetanjali continues to be friends with her. One day, Mahek gets dropped to her fathers party by Geetanjali. There she realizes that Geetanjali and her father are acquaintances. In the party, Geetanjali acts strange pretending to not know Mahek well. She reveals later that Mahek to her is her acquaintances daughter and nothing more. Mahek, still in love with Geetanjali, leaves saying she wont embarrass her any more
This is the story of Ravi, engulfed in a psychological loop where he goes through changes in his character from an innocent one to bad.
The film is set in 1990’s. Rekha moves into a new town with her husband Pradeep. They shift into an old house that has been shut for 10 years. Pradeep is out the entire day working, and Rekha spends her days at home rearranging the house. She finds letters addressed to Sumati who stayed with her husband in the same house years back. As Rekha starts going through the letters, she understands Sumati was very fond of the writer Shankar. And that Sumati was ready to do anything for him. Rekha tries to get same kind of attention from her husband but fails to do so. She wastes the entire day thinking what will please her husband. After few letters Rekha understands that Shankar had started controlling Sumati, and Sumati felt too insecure. Shankar took the advantage until he felt Sumati was starting to demand more out of their relationship and so he declares about his marriage to her. Rekha relates well to feelings of Sumati as she herself is overly dependent on Pradeep, and it starts to disturb her. Sumati ends her life saying she has thought herself to be so incapable that the other could easily take advantage of her. And that she forgot what she stood for while trying to please everyone around.
Fifteen-year-old tomboy, Riya, has an unpleasant experience on her latest trip home from boarding school when cousin tries to feel her up. It makes her confused and she wants to explore further. Will she be able to resolve this internal conflict and come to terms with her feminine side?
Ramji Bhai is a middle class man who co-owns a supermarket. He used to simple living and is found faltering when he is invited to a high-class party for a business meeting. His wife is excited to attend the party, but he denies her. For his son, whom Ramji Bhai wants to take along, is least interested in the event. How will the modest Ramji Bhai cope in this new and daunting environment?
Naina a young girl shares a special bond with her bedridden grandfather. They seem to have created a separate world for themselves, where they find peace with each other’s company only. Though one day her uncle’s indecent behavior towards her starts to grow, which causes turmoil within her. At a young age she tries to grasp the situation but is unable to deal with it. In this lonesome path, she struggles to confront her fears and cope with her ailing grandfathers’ condition, trying to balance between the two.
Suzanne imagines herself as an innocent princess trapped in the clutches of an evil stepmother. She feels imprisoned and misunderstood and makes friends with a ‘Prince Charming’ online. Suzanne meets her dashing prince in real life only to find herself in the middle of a nightmare. Now she understands what imprisonment truly is and comes out accepting and understanding her stepmother’s love for her.
An armed security guard, Asif, accidentally kills his fellow guard Ashok one night at their workspace. Ashok was trying to rob the same place they were defending. 10 years pass by, but Asif still regrets his actions and has become alienated from most of the people around him. The only human interaction he has, is with the chai boy, Tipu. The ideas of the past still haunt him , until one night at the workspace, the same situation that had happened 10 years ago, repeats itself but this time ,with Asif at the other end.
The story depicts purity of friendship between two 10-year old kids ,Faiz and Gautam . How they manage to cancel Faiz’s family Dubai trip in order to play a society cricket final match is exemplary to the fact that friendship is beyond age, caste, and religion.
Raghu and Radhika are lovers who struggle to find some privacy in their romantic life. As love faces the trials of an overcrowded city and moral policing, will Radhika and Raghu succumb to the pressure?
After failing another audition Sonny comes across a video store and decides to buy himself a camcorder so that he can make audition tapes at home, but he can’t afford it yet. So when his uncle, Ravi Dada, offers him some work on a film set he takes up the offer. As he keeps working tirelessly on set, Sonny slowly realises that Ravi Dada is exploiting him and isn’t going to keep his promise of getting him an acting role. Sonny tries to take matters into his own hands, but with tragic consequences.
Jim, A running 11-year-old boy has shifted from Mumbai and has trouble interacting with new people initially, so he decides to stick to the shadow’s finds a connection with just one boy DD
Tell Tale Heart
The story revolves around a woman who is a caretaker of an old man.The film is an adaptation of The Tell Tale Heart by Edgar Allan Poe.
The Ferrero Blue's
When his good-for-nothing alcoholic father suddenly comes back in his life, Arnav is forced to meet him. To his shock, he discovers he has a half-brother. Angered by his fathers deeds, he decides to never visit him again. But a box of his favorite Ferrero chocolates and music reconnects him to his lost family.
Savita is married to a mild- natured man who generally keeps to himself. Savita feels trapped in a loveless marriage and yearns for more sexual action. She notices the very strong and ruggedly handsome caretaker and begins fantasising about him. Will she give into her desires and have a secret liaison with this man in her own backyard?
How will Rohangay and Tiara , two best buddies deal with their friendhsip being challenged ,due to their attraction towards the same guy ?
A city-bred Karthik, on a trip to his ancestral village, learns what is missing in life, from a free-spirited village girl- Aramagal and both come away older, wiser and freer , in the little time they spend together.
The film is about Sophia and a few minutes from one day of her life. Stuck in office past 7pm, Sophia struggles to finish an article. As the world continues to function around her, the film explores the various possibilities in that one moment. Every little memory plays out before Sophia and each time a little new information is revealed.
Loop is the story of a young IT professional who is facing financial troubles. He must support his family and pay for the operation of an ailing sister. His sense of duty towards his family forces him to take up multiple projects at the same time. As the stress builds up and he struggles to maintain his job, how will our protagonist break from the rut and emerge stronger?
Sonia is traumatized by a nasty incident from her childhood and has never really been able to recover from it fully. When her past bears down on her present relationship with Aman, she decides to travel back home to sort it all out. Will Sonia be able to recuperate or will her past continue to haunt her forever?
A weary taxi driver idling at a chai ki tapri agrees to be sketched by a young artist. The artist strikes up a conversation during which he shares his experience as a cab driver. He says that as he meets passengers one after another, he gets to know about their lives which sometimes resonate with his. A husband arguing with his wife about his affair reminds him how he abandoned his family. A career woman working late makes him repent for not studying well. In deep contemplation about his choices, he wonders what would have happened if he had studied and not left his family.
Enter the strange and comical world of Jerryland which is two songs away from Bombay, where there is a cycle with a mind of its own, a mime who plays with a delivery boy, tree huggers who paint leaves on trees and Jerry who falls for a girl in a yellow dress.
Little Imran loves the cartoon Bal Ganesh, a love which drives his mother mad But nothing can stop Imran from adoring Bal Ganesh, despite scoldings and beatings from his mother. One day, he finds a small Ganesh idol and takes it home. For days, he plays with his friend Bal Ganesh. However his mother finds the idol and asks him to throw it away, in the process breaking it to pieces. Imran picks them and goes to the garbage area but decides to glue all the fragments back. When he grows up, he becomes a Ganesha idol maker and reminds us that when we are all players on the worlds stage, we too need something to play with.
Ramodhar Singh is an old retired army soldier who back in his days always wanted to fight for his country. Unable to do so, Ramodhar Singh relives his dream by telling war associated stories to his 11 year old grand-daughter, Chumki. A cheerful side of daddu is always seen, when he is with her. However Chumki knows that there is something that is bothering him and one fine day she catches him making a wish. To make her grandfather happy, Chumki takes him to an old Akhada where Daddu use to practice back in his days. The place makes him very nostalgic and he ends up making a confession to himself and his grand-daughter which creates a gap in their relationship, shutting down the doors of his happiness. Chumki after that evening really wants to do something for her grandfather and after having a discussion with her troop, she decides on creating a war so that her grandfather could live the moment he always told stories off.
21-year-old girl, Naina stranded admist heavy traffic and rain, enters a taxi. Tackling all the chaos caused by the ongoing protest. Raghu, a senior friend of Naina finds her in a taxi. As it was raining heaving, Raghu decides to sit inside the taxi without Naina’s permission. After many failures to impress, Raghu decides to express his deep feelings. But the reaction what not he expected. Ego escalates quickly and Raghu starts assaulting her. Everyone around witnesses the assault in ignorant silence.
Sarita, an innocent teenage girl who lives in a dinghy chawl of 1990s Bombay works as part-time prostitute. She seems oblivious to the grim reality of her job and focuses on the prospect of enjoying the car rides her rich customers offer when they pick her up. One day, three men pick her up in a car and try to make advances on her but more often than not the situation gets diffused with her charm. She is playful, fun loving and cheerful like any teenage girl and quite different from the stereotypical imagery of a sex-worker.
Little Naisha plans a surprise for her father on his birthday, but soon realizes that her father lied to her about his whereabouts. sorry about being a no-show at Niashas little party, Avinash, tries to win his daughter over by spending a whole day with her at the beach promising her the best day of her life. The next day, a series of unfortunate events takes place. And the question remains- was it the best day ever?
A Bottle of Blood
Inspired by the cult classic starring Robert Corman and Peter Jackson, A Bottle of Blood is a fresh take on the classic tale of terror. There is something in the wine A retired American, Rob, is following his dream of making his own wine in a sleepy village in the south of France. But his wine is dreadful, and the locals savage. When a certain catalyst accidently makes its way into one of the wine vats, Robs signatures bubbleover into a living hell of madness. People will drink irresponsibly, and women will die gratuitously. But it all boils down to- What will Rob do?
Chaitanya, a twelve year old boy, is forced into joining a pre-engineering boarding school. The headmaster of the school is very proud of the schools zero percent suicide rate. Chaitanya starts taking examinations but keeps failing to meet the aptitude standards of the school. He is continuously spanked and punished. Unable to cope up with academics and pressure from the mother, Chaitanya decides to break his roommate out of the school
How Sadanand Atre helps his wife Gayatri to come back to reality from a state of denial. While their only son has gone for one way mission to Mars.
Maula Baksh De
In the aftermath of the 2002 riots in Gujarat, a Hindu man suffers from guilt at not being able to stop the death of an innocent Muslim boy. He regularly visits the Yattemkhana and even forms a special bond with an inmate, Hamid. When called on to testify against some Hindu goons, he is threatened with his life. In this fight between reason and religion, what will he choose?
Three thugs pull off a diamond heist. The dice of conceit and treachery are cast. As the thieves double cross each other, who will get away with all the loot?
Yashwant Rao is proud of being the hanging ropes maker - the ones used to hang inmates facing death sentences. Renowned for his precision for making ropes that give quick and clean deaths, Rao considers himself a god who makes criminals face their guilt. He gets an opportunity to hang a criminal whose name is Ali Afzal. On the D-day, Rao tells Afzal he will have to face god for his deeds. Afzal confidently says that his god is in his heart and its Rao who needs to answer to the almighty. The hanging doesnt go well, taking longer than usual. Rao disturbed by the incident and later visits Afzals sister to give her his final letter. He passes judgement on Afzals character but gets interrupted by the sister who hints at Afzals innocence. Rao becomes disillusioned by the justice system and realizes his masterful skills were used to hang innocents.He teaches Makarand the art of making hanging ropes but not before making a final one that he uses to kill himself.
On the first day of her college, Khushi, an obese teenager, is teased for being overweight by other students. When the teasing gets out of hand, she decides to go on a diet and do rigorous exercises to lose weight. One day she faints after being exhausted by her strict weight loss regime. Her mother explains to her that she is perfect the way she is but still Khushi is hell bent to lose weight. After meeting a mentally challenged child and his mother who have accepted their situation and are happy in their lives, she decides to love herself as she is.
As her village is caught in conflict between soldiers and rebel forces, little Kumbini befriends an ancient forest spirit. She eventually finds herself torn between the danger her family and friends face and the comfort of her new friend who offers her an escape from the worries of the world
The Room With No Window
The story is about a man named Shiv, who lives with his wife and granddaughter in hiding, as a result of the on-going war. They live in a small room which has no windows. The film revolves around a morning in his life, where the bombings start a little early than usual, of how he forms a wordless connection, a bond with a stranger, whom he looks at through a crack in of the walls a bond emerging out of the struggle for survival.
Late night at a chawl in central Mumbai,a prostitute finds the courage to leave her sterile and meaningless life.A hostage girl escapes her kidnappers, causing a shootout between some gangsters.And a paralysed war veteran tries to walk after years of a sedentary lifestyle, All happening next door to each other in a singular uninterrupted shot.
Nariyal Ke Laddoo
What happens when a wife lies to her in-laws that their son has got a job, when in reality, it is she who goes to office , while her unemployed husband manages the household ? The story tells us about a newly-wed couple , and how they struggle daily, to combat the frustration of unemployment, breaking the stereotype of gender bias.
An old theatre projectionist is fired from his job and has to come back to his village. Struggling with what to do with his life, he one day narrates a story for a crying kid. Slowly he becomes the favourite story teller in the village and re-discovers his passion.
Aavarati is the story of school-going Lakshmi who like many other children her age sells wares at traffic junctions. The film revolves around the cruel world that steals young innocence and bares children to the harsh realities of life. Aavarati also brings out the passivity of onlookers and the helplessness they feel in changing the situation.
Inspired by Rabindranath Tagore’s short story ‘Postmaster’, Manorath is about an unlikely friendship that blossoms between a ten year-old Sailee and documentary photographer, Ravi. Ravi is visiting villages documenting the touring cinema culture of rural India. When the scheduled cinema screening in Sailee’s village is cancelled, the fate of this new bond of friendship is in jeopardy.
Rishi is deeply disturbed because of his dark past. It makes him paranoid and overly protective for his nephew. He sees everything with glasses tinted dark from his disturbed childhood. How much has Rishi’s past transformed his present and future? Will others accept Rishi for what he is and feels?
A Little Ways Down The Road
This is not a love story. Neither is it a story about love. This is a fairy tale about destiny all its serendipitous wonders. It is about how Aryan comes to terms with the fact that that one girl would come to him in ways he could only dream of.
The story revolves around Sunaina, a woman in her late 20s, a singer cum lyricist who works from home. She writes a new song. We see her husband Siddharth, a man in his early 30s is a business man who is always occupied by work. They live a daily normal, monotonous routine. They have less interaction throughout the day. After Siddharth leaves for his work, Sunaina spends time alone doing other household chores. One day, she found an old tape recorder and she decides to record her new song in it and will lately make Siddharth listen to her song at night. Unfortunately, at dinner, the lights went out and they spend their time in darkness. Since Siddharth’s mobile was not charged, it gave Siddharth an opportunity to interact with Sunaina. They relive their past moments when all of sudden, the situations turned and the whole happy conversation changed to past grievance talk. Siddharth accepts that he is being guilty of something he did, but Sunaina intervened and told him the truth. Siddharth thought Sunaina had a miscarriage because of him as he was not present at that time whereas Sunaina confesses that it was an abortion. This news broke Siddharth. As soon as lights come, the tape automatically starts the song but Siddharth leaves for his room leaving Sunaina alone.
A middle aged Indian man, Sameer, is on his way to his house in Pakistan where he stayed before partition divided the land and its heart. He is physically in 1990, but keeps travelling back to his memories from 1947 which are hauntingly nostalgic. A woman in her 50’s joins Sameeron this journey between time and land, but she also has her own story to share, which no one listens.When we see this lady Noor and Sameertogether, we will realize that they both represent the same morals and attributes. Nooris basically a pure unabashed version of Sameerand Sameerhas a covert version of Noorin him trying to break free from the tangles of politics and society.This is a period film, located in Punjab in Pakistan, which deals with two timelines simultaneously. While remaining in present 1990, 1947 keeps knocking at our doors. This is a story about the constant struggle between letting go and holding on, and where Sameer’srelationship with his house and his land is explored. The film also talks about the global suffering that this invisible line caused.
A warrior apprentice completes his martial arts training and receives the medallion from his master, marking his accomplishment. He sets out to the Order’s Grand Temple to receive his rank, but upon reaching there, gets ambushed and loses the medallion.
Sanjay and his friend Sunit are alcoholics who cannot get their hands on booze as they are broke. Sanjays friend Bijli refuses to lend him money to buy alcohol. Meanwhile, Manav who is dining at a hotel with Ayesha tells her about his business problems and requests her to ask her father for money. When Ayesha is driving Manav home, her car hits him and he gets seriously injured. Sunit uses this to blackmail Ayesha and even when all this is going on, Manav pesters her about lending him money. Bijli, watching Manavs selfishness, reveals to Ayesha that Sanjay had come in front of her car so he and Sunit could extort her, adding that all men care about is money.
Its been 6 months since the protagonist has been looking after his ailing mother. He must balance his time between his work and his mother. Having to take care of his mother’s every little need, he has developed an aversion towards her. As his patience reaches a breaking point, he blurts out his frustration at his mother. As the day progresses, he witnesses an accident that reminds him of his own childhood. He realizes his mistakes and makes amends.
Arjun Mishra has spun a web of lies around himself. He finds his own life uninteresting and pitiful. Will he succeed in stepping out of this fictional world?
Seventy year-old Marsban is an inmate at a swanky retirement home. Tired of all the monotony in his life, Marsban plans to sneak out of the home and paint the town red. After a series of misadventures, will our young-at-heart protagonist succeed in his mission?
Its a story of young photographer who witnesses a murder of a young innocent Muslim boy from his newly bought second hand cameras Card. During his investigation, he discovers an aftermath of a terror attack in the city and he discovers communal politics and complicated human relationships.
A little girl and her mother move into a house next to an old woman’s. The old woman’s house is dark, dingy and the woman herself is plain simple scary. When the little girl is sent next door on an errand, she encounters the horrors first hand.
A mans partner, who has a hearing impairment, is being treated at the hospital for what appears to be a terminal illness. He is a chef and visits her daily with a special dish made by him. Together he has spent many memorable moments with his partner before she got hospitalized. After missing a visit due to long hours at work, she becomes cross at him. But on the same day, her condition worsens and she dies leaving a huge hole in his heart and his life.
When her parents are out at work, or fighting with each other, a little girl is looked after by her loving granny. Her granny makes up for all the things the parents dont provide her. One day the mother leaves for good, but the little girl finds solace in her grannys love and hope. The granny dies soon after, not before telling her she will always be there for her. Knowing that her granny is looking down on her from the stars beyond, the girl lives happily with her father.
A young Chinmays life is turned upside down when his parents commit suicide. He begins to behave violently in school and is unable to focus on studies. One day, while being scolded by his grandfather for his misbehavior, he asks him what is the point of life if everyone has to ultimately die. The grandfather then makes him realise the futility of crying over the past and the value of living in the present.
In a village that turned into a battlefield, a woman is being chased by a bunch of violent men. The woman enters a jungle and is instead caught by a man who has found refuge there. He protects her, feeds her, gives her company and tells her that he has been stuck there for a long time due to the war. One day, the men spot them and kill her protector when they both try to flee. Alone and scared in the forest, the woman keeps going on until one day she finds civilization.
In a stage play of Ramleela, Ram has broken up with Seeta, Seeta is hooking up with Hanuman, Ravan has a strict mother, Hanuman and Laxman go to Ravans house to get him to come for the play. Can this Ramleela of disasters be salvaged?
A 10 year old kid, Om reads a book on ghosts and try “kajal” trick in his school with his best friend, Mona. But they get caught by Mishra ji, a Hindi teacher who takes them to Sushant, new Science teacher. Sushant gets angry and punishes them. Om leaves the class in embarrassment. He doesn’t come to school for many days. So Sushant reaches Om’s house, Om tells him the story of his dead mother. To prove him wrong, Sushant puts the kajal. Did he really see his mother’s ghost or Was Om just playing a prank game with him?
Why Do You Call Them Suncathers
When Mumpy finds out her brother is need of an organ transplant, she decides to become a donor. Ignored by the people she tries to discuss her plans with, Mumpy writes a letter to her sister, Monica. Amidst a rapidly disintegrating household overwhelmed by its circumstance, Monica discovers the letter and must decide the fate of her family.
Subhash is riding in a taxi, going home after twelve years.On his face, there is bandage and now he is telling driver a false story about his badly bruised face. But in the false back we see him actually, doing lots of fraud.When he reached home he finds his father is dead. He convenes his mother to come with him and sell her house but at airport he left his mother helplessly.
A coffee and a few stories can go a long way to erase loneliness. ‘Three Night’ is a story of hope. Love is not far away, if you stay there and look for it.
Sowmya and Dhruv go to cheer up their friend Simran who has locked herself up in her home. Their plot works and the three spend the evening out frolicking in the Mumbai streets. On their way home, Simran gets abducted by some men and her friends rush to the police station to file an FIR. At the chowki, they realize that Simran is a sex worker. The next morning, they are called to identify the dead body of a woman. They are relieved that the remains are not of Simran but feel empty without her as she may never be found.
A Little Off Beat
Amrita and Kunal decide to shift to a live-in relationship. Initially, everything seems to be going perfect. Then little bumps begin to appear. Will Amrita and Kunal get their romance back on track?
Anna waited patiently to tell her husband her big news, little did she know it would end in a murder. She could save herself but the police show up at her house far too quickly and unexpectedly. We go through each beat of what Anna is thinking and feeling as she tries to understand how her world has suddenly turned upside down. She tries desperately to save a crumbling marriage to a boorish old professor, in love with his books and not much else. She’s just Anna, just a mild mannered housewife or maybe she’s much more.
In the evening of a school play at a boarding school. Daniel, an eleven year old boy, is waiting by the wings of the stage peeking at the audience. Miss Lily tells him to get on stage and that his parents would be waiting to see him. He comes on to the stage to realize they aren’t there and he leaves immediately. He walks and keeps walking in his costume, slipping out of the boarding school while no one notices an escaping tree.
Akash is a tender young boy troubled by the strained relationship his parents share. His only beacon of happiness and comfort in his house is his jovial and caring grandfather.But he is devastated when his grandfather passes away, and he finds himself unable to cope with his life at home.At his grandfathers funeral, he meets a person he did not expect to see and yet another person he least expected to see. With a little help from them, Akash begins to realise that not everyone who leaves the world behind necessarily leave their people behind in it too.
Its been almost two decades since Sunanda Mattoo’s family faced the perils of being Kashmiri Pandits. Now settled in Mumbai, she still seems to be living the horrors of the past. Single-handedly trying to make both ends meet – she is struggling to provide for her daughters studies and care for her mentally unstable father-in-law. Sunanda decides to take a chance as a tour guide for Kashmir little did she know that her daughter has reached before her for the same interview to lessen her mother’s worries.
A couple loves and fights with equal measure. But what happens when one of them gets a terminal illness?
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