Mrs. Chatterjee is in her late thirties, the mother of two grown children, the wife of a well-established man. She faces the challenges of her life with firm optimism and has everything that a woman could ask for—Yet she feels deprived. Soon, she discovers an unexpected truth, and her intelligence and maturity are put to a test that breaks her and leaves her with no option but to research and redefine herself.
Shubham Sarkar, the son of a very well-reputed filmmaker, has a troubled past that torments in both, his dreams and his waking hours. Reserved and self-centred, this young man has no faith in relations. His differences with his father and his mother’s unnatural death have left him with a dissatisfying, disorderly life—until he meets Mrs. Chatterjee.
Shubham arrives as an unwelcome guest in the Chatterjee household, and what starts as a compromise soon turns into a fondness and develops into a bond stronger than they had anticipated. Their connection is undeniable, but only time will tell what havoc it will wreak in both their lives.
In this novel, two very different people find themselves fighting the odds to get back to life with new and better-defined identities, having discovered themselves in each other along the way.