This movie depicts the ugly aspect of untouchability still rampant in various parts of India. Santu is a fourteen year old Dalit boy who takes care of the pigs owned by his mother instead of going to school. His ticket to enter the school premises is crawling to the feet of a high caste land-owner named Dhaval. However above this, Santu prefers to climb the jamun tree and watch his crush going in a scooter. The dramatic turn comes when Santu’s educated elder brother (Bajrangi) finds out about his infatuation and suggests the idea of writing a love letter to express his (Santu) feelings easily. But sadly, this action results in some serious consequences. What happens next? Debut director Bikas Ranjan Mishra strongly condemns the dark façade of caste based prejudices.