Somnath Sen who considers himself nothing short of a creative genius(as he is usually associated with every creative department of the films he produces and directs) makes yet another film within a couple of months of his last released film. Just like his last film, this film too has a similar social message of how the younger generation have no use for the older generation once their needs are served and the world is becoming more and more materialistic. The story is narrated by the protagonist Kalyani, an elderly woman who tells the story of her life to the other inmates of the old age home. She as a girl had dreamt of a good education and a good job , but that was not to be as her mother was not progressive and her father though progressive had to give in to her ‘s mother’s demand and get her married off. Years passed and she bore two sons, the elder son being married with a child and the younger son in college. The younger son marries and goes off. Her husband gets sick thinking what would happen to her in case after something happened to him. One day he gets seriously sick and passes away. Her daughter-in-law starts ill treating her and things reach such a stage when she asks her mother-in-law to leave the house (indirectly).In the meantime her daughter-in-law becomes a M.L.A. She readily agrees to go away to an old age home.
The point about Somnath Sen’s films are both his film are on the same theme and so might not come off in such a short span of time. The protagonist of his previous film Subhas Chatterjee plays the role of Suman, Kalyani’s husband in this film. Secondly The film is definitely too preachy and might not gell. He has again not taken any lead actor/actress but has opted for well known character actors. Just like his other film , here too we find a group of friends(elderly people) discussing their domestic problems and difficulties back at home.