Shukravar: Janardhan, an old man in his late fifties, is staying alone in a typical Mumbai chawl for years and makes idols for living. Every morning he leaves for work and after returning home at evening, he deposits some amount of money in three of his piggy banks namely roti, makan and Shukravar(Friday). And from past 22 years he has been visiting some place every Friday. So what does Friday mean to him? Where does he go? Who does he meet? No one knows. The film tracks his steps leading to that one day and unveils the mystery behind it.
Baawre: In an isolated part of the desert, two smugglers kill each other fighting over a bag full of money. Sikander and Badshah, two thieves find the money-bag lying alongside their dead bodies. Greed overtakes them when they see such a huge amount of money. What happens next is a lesson for all greedy people out there.
Mala: This is a story about Mala, 11 years old slum girl who does circus on the streets along with her drunken father. She wants to be educated but her father denies it and says education is useless. The remaining story deals how Mala brings a change in his father’s mind and gets educated.
Acceptance: The film is aimed at providing an insight into the thought process of grief-stricken person. The filmmaker has tried to capture all the subtle emotions that one portrays in such desperate times. The denial, the depression and the long awaited process to finally accept the bitter truth is what constitutes the gist of the film.