The story of Evam Indrajit focuses on a writer, who narrates the story without ever being given a firm identity of his own. He struggles with writer’s block, striving to write his play but falling short and unaware of the root causes. He has never experienced life in its most primal way, instead of being focused on his own experience as a writer. He attempts to write but is frustrated. He finally finds inspiration in a woman named Manasi.
He starts writing the story of Indrajit Both the main characters and their concept of identity is frequently questioned, especially the writer Indrajit. He changes his preferred name multiple times in the play, and frequently expresses discontent with his identity. His persona splits between three names, Amal, Kamal, and Vimal.
He feels compelled to write, even at the cost of neglecting important bodily functions that he needs to live. He is obsessed with seeking a purpose in life. The play focuses on his life, his love, and obsession with Manasi, and his growing revolutionary leanings against society. The play is ultimately about the futility of life and the roles we all play in society.