Sarathi Guhawrote on May 24 2008 10:25AM
Sambit Banerjee, a young surgeon drives his car to a village hospital with his college friend Ajay. The car has an accident with a rickshaw carrying two ladies. One of them falls down and the other asks for help. A crowd surrounds the car. Sambit gets down and apologises. The young lady stops the agitated people from harming Sambit. Sambit takes the lady and her wounded friend to the village hospital. He comes to know that the injured lady is Lalita and her friend is Sucheta, daughter of the village school headmaster. The two of them are teachers of a girls’ school in Calcutta. On returning home, Sambit tells his mother about the girl whose beauty and intelligence have made him her admirer. Now this doctor often visits the suburb, meets Sucheta and within a few days the friendship turns into love. Sambit is an ideologist. He sits in his late father’s chamber, visits the poor patients and if needed he gives them free drugs and medicines. The workaholic doctor finally realises that he has found the right woman in Sucheta. They get married. A year later, Sambit’s old friend Ajay invites him to their medical college get-together as a delegate of a thoracic surgery. Sambit meets his old professor at the re-union. The professor is pleased with Sambit’s presentations and sends him to the Plaza Nursing Home to operate on a patient fighting with death. Sambit does the miracle operation successfully. The patient’s daughter Ricky Rudra offers him a job immediately as well as an incredible amount of operational fees. The elite world of fame and money is opened to Sambit. He begins to ignore his wife and poor patients. He becomes a moneymaker and begins an extra martial affair with Ricky Rudra. Meanwhile, Sucheta gives birth to their son Babul. Sambit’s new lifestyle makes Sucheta's life hell. She finally decides to leave and takes Babul away to a place unknown her husband. She starts working to support herself and her son. An angry Sambit tries to claim his son but loses in the high court . That is just the beginning of his losses. Soon he is asked to sign a death certificate for a patient who has died five hours before admission. He refuses and resigns in protest. Now he realizes his mistakes and begins to search for his son and wife. Unable to find them, he sends his mother to Kashi and again starts treating the poor villagers. One day, Babul falls from a rooftop while flying kites and is severely injured. He is saved after an hour-long operation. Sucheta goes to the visiting surgeon to ask him about the condition of her son and finds that it is her husband. Sucheta introduces Babul to his father. At night, she writes a letter to Sambit giving her son to him and goes to the railway station. Sambit stops her in time and they live happily ever after.