Non-resident Bengali Radhika marries the thespian poet Indranil Mitra to settle in Kolkata. While Indranil continues his surveillance of the surreal world of words, rhythms, rhymes and imaginations Radhika single handedly pulls out the private and public aspects of conjugal life. Radhika gets wholesome support from their housemaid Priyobala Das. While the apparently irresponsible and introvert Indranil does one menace after other, (like quilting his job after getting an award etc.) Radhika stands like a rock to make the family exist materially. But all these reluctancy and indifference from Indranil, makes Radhika’s heart oscillate towards Shekhar, her office colleague and Indranil’s biggest admirer. Radhika gets attracted towards Shekhar, but can’t abandon the unpredictability and histrionics of her spouse. The benevolent woman remains awe struck when she hears about her husband’s demise while she was aiding her ailing mother during the Durga Pujas. Life never becomes the same again for Radhika. She begins to discover the dead poet through a mystic and subtle journey. She discovers Indranil’s woman of fantasy, Kajori Roy. Through the journey Indranil becomes more real to Radhika than what he was as a living entity. Radhika’s relation with Shekhar dies premature. She discovers that Indranil had lifted some of her own poems but through his she feels that the man was not indifferent to her. Radhika remains intertwined with the unknown galaxy of imagination within which she invents Indranil in an entirely unexplainable phenomena.