By Sarathi Guha(03 Apr 2008)
Taxi driver Narasingha, a Rajput headstrong and carefree gets into trouble for which his permit is cancelled. Helpless, he sets out for his hometown. On his way he meets Sukhram, a businessman and requests the latter to take him to Shyambazar. There he falls in love with Nilima Mary, a Missionary school teacher who lives with the shrewd Joseph, her brother. Sukhram exploits the opportunity, for he is in need of Narasingh. He arranges for Narasingha to stay and pays all the expences for his taxi licence in order to induct him into the transport business. Gulavi comes to Narasingha for safely because she is pursued by Sukhram. She falls in love with Narasingha though Narasingha is head-over-heels in love with Mary. Mary on the other hand loves someone else. When Narasingh comes to know of Mary's love - he comes to Gulavi, on the rebound. Gulavi tells him her story of helplessness and torture. Narasingha joins Sukhram and agrees to carry his contraland goods for money which he feels is the only means of transforming him into a " gentleman". But on doing this he loses a friend - Joseph. He has already lost Mary and abandoned Gulabi. He decides to return Sukhram his goods and take Gulavi with him.He now has a new quest - of finding Gulavi.