Synopsis by Jason Buchanan
The benevolent widow who runs an NGO for the physically disabled recalls the most precious memories of her life when her grandson arrives on vacation from law school and begins inquiring about his family history. Mridula Catterjee lives in the city of Kolkata, where she runs a non-governmental organization catering to physically disabled denizens. In her earlier years, Mridula brought up grandson Rohan almost single handedly. These days Rohan is attending law school in Bangalore, but when school lets out on holiday Rohan heads back to Kolkata for a visit with grandma. As Rohan's natural curiosity gets the best of him, Mridula gradually begins to open up about the memories she had held close to her heart for so many years. In addition to discussing her own experiences as a college student, Mridula also recalls the trials she faced when the Naxalites took control, as well as her days as an idealistic young poet.