Satyajit, a successful movie director, has accomplished all that there is to achieve—fame, success, and wealth—yet he harbors a sense of discontentment within. While the audience cheers for his brand of cinema and the industry fills its coffers by amassing collections from his films, he, personally, is dejected at the prospect of making yet another of those ostentatious, melodramatic romantic family dramas. His inability to find a balance in his relationships and his core need to live up to his potential makes him search for answers and leads him to a realization that his anguish is a result of the projection of his frustration on those who care about him. When he lays his hands on a script that has the potential to fulfill his heart’s desire, he grabs the opportunity with both hands and sets out on a trip to research and unearth more details. During the course of this road trip, he meets different people who not only provide him the necessary answers that would turn his vision into a magnum opus but also provide a deep understanding of the eternal principles of life and, most importantly, the unchanging and universal truth.