Ratnakar is your average family man, with goals and aspirations that he hopes to achieve. He lives with the perception that life must go a certain way. One day, he fights with his wife and leaves the house in a huff. He decides to drive down to his farmhouse. Enough time passes, and his wife doesn’t call him. Ratnakar is furious that she’s done nothing to pacify him.
Out of nowhere, a transition to an ancient era takes him back to Valmiki’s time. Suddenly, he is Valmiki, and he is Ratnakar – the dacoit before he turned into Valmiki.
The time-warp journey takes him right out of the era of iPads and laptops, straight into a time of Ashrams and mythology in action. Ratnakar brings back a valuable lesson from an ancient era. He realises the importance of respecting women, and in cherishing the truth of the Ramayana as it was, when it was first written.