The school of a remote and poor village shut down, the head master Krishna Prasanna migrates to city in search of job. He moves with family, wife Labanya, nubile daughter and very young son. He takes residence with his wife's brother. He meets per chance one of his ex students, of whom he used to take free evening classes and many of whom got merit scholarship and became cream of society, a doctor, a judge, successful lawyer, manager of a big bank and so on. Can he cross the barrier and meet them? All have big bungalows and office with watchmen to stop. If he managed to meet them, will they recall his contribution and help their benefactor? If they do, what change he has to bring in himself? Can he?
Director: Agragami (Saroj Dey, Nishith Banerjee, Parbotishankar Dey)
Saroj Dey (1921-26 November 1997) was a Bengali film director who was part of the collective Agragami which made several notable films in Bengali cinema, from 1950s to the 1970s. He made his directorial debut in 1955, his film Daak Harkara (1958) with the collective Agragami, took part in Venice Film Festival.