Four lives intersect along the Ganges: a low caste boy hopelessly in love, a daughter ridden with guilt of a sexual encounter ending in a tragedy, a hapless father with fading morality, and a spirited child yearning for a family, long to escape the moral constructs of a small-town.
Paths of grieve intersect on the Ganges River.
Did You Know?
Neeraj Ghaywan was assistant director of Anurag Kashyap in Gangs of Wasseypur. He planned the story of Masaan in 2012 and wanted Anurag to produce it. But due to tight schedule, Anurag couldn't but promised Neeraj to produce the film in future. He kept his promise. You could see Phantom film as the co-producer when the film starts. See more
When Devi takes out the Technical Report, while traveling on the bus, the name on the cover is 'Piyush Aggarwal'. In the next scene, when she visits the college, she finds an obituary of the same guy pinned to the notice board. In it, the name is 'Piyush Agarwal'. See more
Do you live alone?
No, I live with my dad. My dad lives alone.
Tu Kisi Rail Si
Written by Varun Grover
(Adapted from a Poem by Dushyant Kumar
Music composed by Indian Ocean
Performed by Swanand Kirkire
(vocals) & Indian Ocean
Bass by Rahul Ram
Guitars by Nikhil Rao
Drums and percussion by Amit Kilam See more