Maya has not been able to forgive her father Bodhisattva for her mother's suicide. So when she comes home from USA after a long time, instead of staying with him, she puts up with an old classmate Anu and her husband Avik. What begins as a fun visit, soon turns into a psychological battle between the trio and peaks to a shattering climax. A story about human relationships encircling ego, pride, power and obsession, the film takes a look at urban India with its modern family setup.
everything we see is a relative illusion
Did You Know?
Unlike other Indian movies, this film was shot with available lights, handful of crew, and has used absolutely no music except an opera piece by Welsh musician Paul Carey Jones
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