An adaptation of Franz Kafka's short story titled - 'A Hunger Artist'. The story deals with Bhuto, a young man in his late twenties belonging to the lower-middle-class income group who regularly sits on 'Bhuk Hartal' (hunger strikes) protesting against the international incidents of violence happening all over the world. A street-smart business-minded friend, called Ghona, picks him up as a prized pawn and takes advantage of his nature. Ghona can see 'A hunger artist' in him and asks him to sell his 'art of hunger' as a 'reality show' artist who can earn more money. Bhuto is conflicted between being righteous and getting swayed in the world of fame and fortune.