A brutal car accident in which two people die, leaves a family in disarray. After years of mourning, can the implementation of ancient techniques like feng shui and vasthu shastra fundamentally alter the energy in their home, and help uplift the family?
It was a car accident that completely changed Major Arjun’s life. Not only did he lose his sister’s husband and his nephew, but the ability to walk without a walking stick. He had to bid adieu to the honour of army life; settled down in the hills, far from the bustling crowd as the owner of a heritage hotel.
All he has left today for family is his wife, Bonya and his elder sister, Antara. His only son, Arghya lives in the hostel. The life changing accident did not spare Antara too. She had nearly lost her mental stability losing her husband and her little son. After a prolonged treatment in the asylum and the rehab she has somehow managed to come back to her family. Now she lives in this house, in the hills, with Arjun and Bonya.
Theirs is a happy family in theory; but apart from financial stability there is a dark shadow of sorrow that lingers in every nook and corner of their house. Arjun keeps busy with the hotel all day, he has no time for Bonya. Bonya has nothing to look forward to in her life, neither her husband’s companionship, nor her son’s.
While their life still breathes the tragedy of the past, a breath of fresh air enters the house when Timirbabu and Kushal come down to their bungalow one day.
They speak about the energy of the house, its Vastu, that sends hope and positive energy gushing back into their stagnant lives. The ancient techniques of Feng Shui and Vastu Shastra, the sciences of the natural elements and the way they garb a human life... are these enough for peace, prosperity, love and laughter to return into their household? Is this process the key to a happy family? Will it revive the happiness of Bonya, Arjun and Antara?
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