Director: Kaushik Ganguly
Cast: Paran Bandopadhyay as Pranabendu Das, Arun Guhathakurta as Hari, Parambrata Chattopadhyay as Prakash, Sohini Sarkar as Moumita
Pranabendu Bose (Paran Bandyopadhyay), owns an old single screen cinema hall named Kamalini in the suburbs. Named after his separated wife, this theatre is his life. He is assisted by Hari who operates the projector. Kamalini is facing loss due to the illegal business of CDs and DVDs. What upsets Pranabendu the most is that his own son Prakash (Parambrata) is engaged in this illegal business. A true-blue cinema-lover in Pranabendu believes in the magic of big screen. According to him, people like Prakash are doing enormous harm to cinemas by selling illegal DVDs. He even turns down the offer of standing for local Panchayet election given by a local political leader saying he can't face questions from others regarding his son's illegal business. Besides the cinema hall, Pranabendu and Prakash own a business of distributing fish to vendors.
Prakash buys a home theater by selling the golden bangles his mother Kamalini gave him as a gift to Moumita. Prakash, along with his business partner Ashim (Lama), arranges a temporary screening of blockbuster cinemas in the DVD home theater in the local fair. Prakash's plan proves to be a successful one and he makes loads of money. Pranabendu is shocked to see how the audience responds to this illegal business. A heartbroken Pranabendu asks Hari to sell off the projectors in his cinema hall. Hari requests Pranabendu to allow him to stay in the cinema hall one last time. Police arrived in their home to inform him that Hari has committed suicide inside the hall by hanging himself from a ceiling fan.