The film deals with the lives of a few individuals who struggle to keep a small talkie afloat in a small town of the Hindi speaking belt in north India. It is an attempt towards experiencing the anxiety of dislocation and subsequent re-location in today’s life and is situated in that period of time which lies in between having left the past but not yet reached the promised future. It treads the thin line which pitch long standing relationships against rationality, in the backdrop of inevitable change. The film is inspired from a short story by Shri. Sharad Joshi and was also included in the academic curriculum of the Film and Television Institute of India.



An 8 year old boy finds himself alone and vulnerable in the city. Escaping his abusive mother and a world of poverty, he is faced with problems that might be more troublesome than what he is running from.

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