The Day That Was Not to Be Would make you experience spine-chilling moods in your bones and marrow. A concrete, structured story contributes to this. It is the story of Shrikar Prasad and Anjana Kulekshetra. As you would get to know them, they would impress you as the perfect, made-for-each-other love birds. Boss and subordinate of a Virtual Reality Simulation and Research Centre, predictably, they get married. Poor Anjana... Like an innocent deer she is frolicking into the dragnet of a devilish criminal conspiracy. Even before their honeymoon days are over, she starts smelling something fishy about the prince of her life. An IT expert, Shrikar, with the help of his counterpart Deepa, creates many three dimensional but hallucinatory scenes of virtual reality with a view to rendering Anjana a mental wreck. This is an instance which brings to light the potentials of IT to expand and enrich the scope of visual arts – mainly cinema. With the help of Vipul, who is a psychiatrist they can make her invalid for the rest of her life. The trio has a proven modus operandi for this. Then they can usurp all her properties and add to their material enjoyments. But their wicked and dreadful plans are thwarted by the timely interventions of Anjana’s erstwhile friend, Ravi.