Failing a suicidal attempt, facing a bullet, faiz a confused urban soul looses himself to embark on a journey for enlightenment & identity. He discovers in this soul searching journey, his possessive ex-flame, a country youth aspiring to be a big film-star & a young mother of two in wanderlust. In a cycle ride through frozen time in a remote village he also discovers Gautma,the Buddha. Then, In an eye opening boat journey with some very poor tribal coal poachers he discovers India & Bharat. Ultimately he meets an ocean & sitting on a rock In the dawn, he wonders what is the meaning of existence & this journey? Suddenly, he finds his ex-flame again, gliding down the sky.They talk .Amidst ambiguity the film ends with a group dance where rich & poor ,old & new ,man & women participates in celebration of life.But,does it end actually or begins? This film is an expression on this, which also questions the REALITY,IDENTITY & LINEARITY of our existence. The maker has very consciously tried to come out of the practice of portrayal of human emotions dramatically on screen; rather, he has tried to create an distance between the audience & the protagonist throughout his film. His conscious effort has been to show human relationship, experience, time & memory juxtaposed through the mental & physical journey of the Protagonist to establish that life has no meaning. It is WE that give meaning to it by our good, bad & ugly .Trying to establish communication within non communication is the essence of life and there is no beginning or end to it.
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