In Sydney, Sid falls for voluptuous Ankita and then finds himself consumed by her popularity and domination. When Ankita’s cousin is stabbed to death in Melbourne, in what appears to be a hate-crime, Mr Patel orders his daughter to return to India. Ankita requests Sid to accompany her and he agrees, submissively. Once Sid learns that Mr Patel was a former state government Minister, he feels he is in company of people who matter. He envisages the future as glamorous until he is confronted by Shabana, who alleges that Mr Patel ordered the murder of her family. Sid investigates the allegations and must choose between marrying Ankita and walking away. In doing so, he is thrust into a journey which involves dealing with the consequences arising from the 2002 Gujarat riots, politicians, human trafficking, his demons and the recent whittling down of the right to free expression.