- Director: Bobby Sarma Baruah
Togbe Mahajan, a leading member of the Sherdukpen community of Arunachal Pradesh, meets a Manipuri driver RadhaBinode Singh after buying a used vehicle in Assam. When the two men return to Togbe‟s village, Singh reveals that he is an Army deserter. Togbearranges fresh identity papers for his driver. The outsider stays on in his adopted home and becomes a part of the family.
The driver also develops a relationship with Maya, a Sherdukpen widow. He has a brush with Mishing, a local belief that the spirits of dying people can appear before those they love and communicate with them. One day, Singh sees himself dead at the wheels of his own car.Alarmed and baffled, he flees.
Many years later, Abu, Togbe‟s son, receives a middle-aged visitor. He reveals that he is RadhaBinode Singh. Reminiscing about bygone days, he asks Abu to visithim in Guwahati and collect a precious object that Togbeleft in his custody. He then disappears without a trace.
Abu heads to Guwahati.There, he meets Singh‟s son. The latter hands over Togbe‟s possession to the visitor. Abu learns that Singh has been in a hospital in Vellore, southern India, for several months. Who, then, was the man who visited Abu?
Bobby Sarma Baruah is an Indian Film maker, Producer and Screenwriter whose narrative content on socio cultural issues in Assam and the North East has been highly appreciated. Her debut feature film Adomya in which she explored the sensitivity and emotional world of women was awarded best film in spiritual category at the 13th Dhaka International Film festival. Adomya was also screened as an official selection for more than fifteen international film festivals across the world. .