Indrajit has come to the mountains to search for his childhood. He is staying in his friend Moloy's house. Moloy and Tuki married out of love, but they are bitter now. Indrajit witnesses their diurnal quarrels. At this juncture Indrajit meets Mitun, his former love. Once upon a time they were supposed to get married, but Indrajit had backed out in the last minute.
Mitun had later married Subrata with that searing pain of rejection in her heart. Mitun and Subrata's warm conjugal bond is in stark contrast with the volatile married lives of Moloy and Tuki. Caught in between, the cautious and meticulous Indrajit begins to discover a new philosophical outlook towards relationships, marriage, and women. A series of events throws up new challenging questions about life that bring the eternal escape artist Indrajit to strange crossroads and lives begin to change.