Chiranjeet is virtually a semi retired actor and has barely acted in a couple of films in the last couple of years. These films are all released at a particular North Kolkata cinema hall and this film is no different.
The film gets its name after a mansion and certain incidents or rather a few deaths take place which are all related to each other, yet the murderer is a t large. There is a girls hostel in the house and the rest of the family members comprises of Amma (then landlady), her spastic grandson Rajababu and her caretaker. The first death take places when a girl Madhusree is poisoned in a restaurant (she used to visit Rajababu at times as she was in love with him).Rajesh,Madhusree’s boyfriend who is arrested on charges of murdering Madhusree though he is released later takes the help of Detective Arjun Bose. He brings Arjun and his partner Babli to 1, Palm Villa , introduces them as his brother and sister-in law who pretends to be dumb) and they stay there for a few days. Arjun discovers that the spastic son was not actually a spastic and was made to be one. The family doctor used to give him medicines in order to make him all right without Amma, his grandmother and the landlady of the house realizing anything as she wanted him to be like that and could not bear anyone taking him away from that. A few more people like the madwoman and her daughter Rani who had entered the house to take revenge on her mother’s behalf (her mother used to work in that house once upon that time and had been asked to leave on charges of theft) are silenced. The murderer can not be traced. Dona, one of the girls staying there loves Rajababu (the spastic boy) but is unable he is normal. The detective makes a plan. One day Dona confronts Rajababu and asks him to go away with her. He gets excited and the doctor also arrives at that time. Within minutes, the murderers approaches Rajababu in order to kill him and she is caught as she is none other than Amma who wanted to silence Dona as she couldn’t bear to see anyone take Rajababu away from her. She was also responsible for Madhusree’s death.