By Sarathi Guha(03 Apr 2008)
Tushar (Samit Bhanja), heir of an affluent family visits his ancestral home at Simultala for a month. He brings along Lata (Gita Siddharth), a prostitute on a one month contract. The twist arrines in the story due to public intervention in their personal life. As Tushar the protagonist of the story reaches home and finally settles down to get the party started, a bunch of neighbours come to visit him. To get rid of any chitchat that would harm Tushar's name they (Tushar and Lata) pretend to be husband and wife. They play the role quite successfully. The problem crops up as they start enjoying close aquaintance with them. An emotional difference pops up between Lata and Tushar who start gaining some reputation as individuals. Tushar, impulsively starts competing with Lata for the status of a good human being where he seems to get defeated by Lata. Lata, a near hawker who has never enjoyed such admiration in society starts getting deeply attached with this new life. She feels valued and appreciated. This becomes a cause of irritation for Tushar. A woman who is simply a servant to him starts challenging his social status. Tushar, the master wakes up and plans to call an end to this show. He throws the lady off from her present role to remind her of her true status. The climax of the story comes with Lata's humiliation and deprivation. She departs from Simultala leaving a delightful life.