An Indian man who is brought up in the U.S. visits an ashram near the Narmada River in Gujarat to take his will. During his stay, he meets the locals and tries to understand the culture, customs, traditions, and beliefs of the people, which are way too different from the place he was raised. After his stay for about 20 days nearby the ashram, he gets his will but in a twist of fate he learns the bitter truth of his existence and he gives up the will and starts his parikrama of the Narmada.
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The film is based on Dhruv Bhatt's 1998 Gujarati novel Tatvamasi. Read More