A grand mansion on Plot No 44 – in a secluded locale. Three men break into the house at different times, unknown to each other. Surya and Ali are two thieves. Each realize the master of the house, Pasha is up and about and is engaged in a sort of verbal tiff with his wife, Manomita. Soon a cat and mouse game ensue. What follow is a series of revelations, wherein a backward time transition, we explore the background stories of Pasha, his wife and her lover, Andre. This story involves political muscles, suspense, thrill, and a drama surrounding mafia and murder that can never be forgotten by Surya and Ali.
From the streets to Ashram (Shelter) three girls enter into the zone of challenge courage, and heroism of the sixth senses as each grows older in a mansion of a billionaire, who shows his true love for humanity only to make the difference that changes the life of three helpless girls forever, known as तीन बहिणी (Teen Bahini).
Smriti Chhai deals with ambitions, migration, roots, and culture. It follows the life of an educated woman in the 70s aristocratic family from Odisha. As she is not allowed to pursue a career, she haplessly searches for her identity in a feudal household. At the sudden loss of her husband, she reminisces about her life and seeks spiritual solace. Her life is turned upside down when a stranger claiming to be her brother-in-law enters her life. Will the mysterious man be able to help her find her individuality?
Amidst adverse social atmosphere and a society baffled in matters of faith & karma, Dnyaneshwar is born in 1275 A.D. in Nevase village in Maharashtra as a second son to Vitthalpant & Rukmini– both enlightened personalities but banished from society for their progressive thoughts. Dnyaneshwar, the re-incarnation of Lord Vishnu grows up with his equally divine siblings Nivrutti, Sopan and sister Mukta. Knowledge & tolerance is the inheritance their parents leave behind before ending their lives (as a punishment by the religious hierarchy of that time).