The indifferent, lonely man in his early 40s is unambitious and jobless. A lonely woman in her 30s is a school teacher. Both are middle class.
They both meet every day in a particular hour. When the light comes in from the window of an old staircase from 2.57 p.m. to 4.00 p.m. It is the spot of their regular rendezvous.
He waits for her every day at that staircase. She comes. They talk about themselves, share their dreams, unspoken hopes—little bits of themselves. He likes her. She likes him.
And this is all he wants, the sole ambition he has—to meet her at the staircase, every day, forever.
But she is going to marry someone else soon. Because they never meet in real time.
One day everything disappears. He has been waiting for her since, in his dream and reality, forever.
The Man is Suvo.
The Woman is Mistu.
Director: Abhinandan Dutta