Sarama Banerjee (Arundhati devi), an exemplary student of medical science faced the crisis of poverty. Avinash (Nirmal Kumar), a classmate of Sarama liked her a lot. Due to recommendation by his teacher Chandra Saheb ( Pahari Sanyal), Sarama did manage to get a private tution. Avinash used to suffer very frequently. He left his studies and worked as a freelance artist. In the meantime, Bipin (AsitBaran) came into the life of Sarama. He was elder brother of Montu, the student of Sarama. Avinash sacrificed his love and Bipin got married to Sarama. Slowly Bipin started to doubt his wife. She is caught between her love for the sensitive but ailing artist Avinash and her loving husband Bipin. None of the two men understand Sarama’s heart truly and Sen brilliantly captures the lone woman’s solitary struggle. The strength of Asit Sen lay in his ability to balance the script and handle complex characters with a certain level of maturity that make them connect directly with the audience. Asit Sen was a master of the low-angle shots. He used his camera to root his characters and highlight their emotions. Nirmal Kumar was inconsistent while Arundhati Devi, AsitBaran did full justice to their roles. This film was a good example of Asit Sen’s characteristic style to keep the movement happening as the script raced through, the characters conversing with each other in a perfect reflection of our daily lives.