I, Cloud, takes us to a future where independent thinking is illegal and poetry has been abolished. The protagonist, Aqsh, runs a ‘like’ factory. But ironically, he is now being held captive for not posting a ‘Like’ promptly. During his time in captivity, he has strange encounters. First, with a mysterious girl who wants to dig deeper into his memories and then with an androgynous, virtual, cloud, who speaks like a ‘tapori’. While mysterious girl takes Aqsh on an internal journey, Aqsh preps up the Cloud for a journey on social media. Quirky, funny and poetic, I, Cloud is a heady combination of futuristic nightmares and dreamy nostalgia.