Raju, a mother-less child, is orphaned by his father, as he is visually challenged during the process of editing a video, in a local photo studio. He is admitted to a residential visually challenged orphanage run by a depraved man Narayana, who battens on the money meant for the welfare of the visually challenged and keeps the children in deplorable conditions. All his hardship as a motherless child with a drunken father has been one part of his life, but now to the extremity of unfortune, he is visually challenged also.
As a visually challenged boy, he learns to see life as a challenge; to face it and fight for his independence, with discrimination being the largest to overcome. In the process of coping, Raju makes four friends Mynah, Sukumar, Bhaskar and Anand among the children at the centre. All the children, being victims of Narayana’s atrocities decide to send a complaint to the District Collector with the help of Raju. Unfortunately the whole effort goes in vain, as the letter falls into the wrong hands. This humiliation and pain strengthens the resolve of the children to expose Narayana’s delinquency, setting them on a mission 'Divya-Drushti'. Raju’s astounding idea of portraying the brutality of Narayana, with all the evidence and proof to the District Collector, helps them create an identity and provides independence not only to him but also the others.