Ahalya - HeddaGabler in Kannada - is married to an academic, bored to death but longs for life. Trapped in a marriage, she longs to write the destinies of two men, a man whom she loved but did not dare to announce it to the world, and another whom she is married to. Finding the men around her inadequate, insipid, she is attracted to a woman, against the norms of the moralistic society, but does not have the courage to make it public. In the end, she carves her own end, a 'beautiful' end, unlike the Ahalya of Ramayana.
Written by Henrik Ibsen
Adapted and directed by Surendranath