Bisorgo, is a story with five characters: Iswar, Darshan, Satya, Biswa, and Shanti. Biswa, a frustrated artist, wants to commit suicide and is roaming around the streets of Kolkata, trying to find a suitable way to fulfill his agenda. Darshan, a typical candy seller, has another agenda he wants to stop the artists from committing suicide. He continues in his pursuit and tries to convince Biswa of not committing suicide. Satya is a country cousin and is roaming around Kolkata with an address that he wants to need guidance for.
No one could tell him exactly where the address is. Iswar, now in deputation in Kolkata, is also roaming around the city. He is depressed of his creation and specifically wants the so-called artists to die. In fact, he instigates the artists to commit suicide. Shanti is her deputy, whom the Iswar has appointed to provide peace to the people. The movie moves around the interaction between these characters. The metaphorical and satirical treatment of the story slowly develops into a conflict between Darshan and Iswar, both of whom fights over the suicide mission of Biswa.
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