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`Book a coffee`, is an offbeat library and coffee shop owned and run by Leela Krishnamoorthy, a middle aged widow who`s as interesting and free spirited as the caf she runs! Amaya, Leelas only child is a fire-brand 22 year-old writer; quick witted, confident and open-minded. They adore each other as only mother daughter can.
Into this mix, Jayant Sinha, a 60 year old retired photographer is thrown. He`s passionate about people and the memories they create and is a great friend to Amaya Krishnamoorthy with whom he decides to co-author a coffee table book, titled, `Memoriesof The Busy Bazaar`. `The Busy Bazaar` as a title has its own story and adds a subtle yet intriguing undercurrent to the narrative woven around it.
After having lost her husband 12 years ago, Leela refuses to wallow in the unfairness of life. It translates into the sort of person she becomes, the way her daughter is raised and the people who are attracted to her. And, along the way, Leela falls in love again.
Given that Amaya is open minded and modern in the way she reacts to various things around her gives Leela reason to believe that this will not hinder relations with her daughter. However, Leela is mistaken...
The film traces Amayas journey of anger, betrayal and disbelief to one where she understands the reasons behind everything that has happened between her and her mother. `Listen Amaya` is a modern, young, contemporary film about relationships, family dynamics, about preconceptions and about priorities.
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