The journey called life begins and ends with a wish.
Why must people move to metropolises from smaller towns? Is it a fad or a compulsion? A free adaptation of Anurag Kashyap's Main, the subject of this play draws a balanced parallel between the life and intentions of a gone-berserk naxalite and small-town aspirants at large with dreams of finding parity. On another plane, the play is a ‘Whodunnit’. It is about a murder committed in the broad daylight of a nation’s conscience. So who’s the killer, a naxalite or a small-town dream? The play, a winner of Sahitya Kala Parishad Samman 2009, makes an important political comment on the lopsided development in the country, leading to the widening chasm between the rich and the poor.