A happy family if ever there was one, Vinod is a respected business ma, his wife Meena, who dotes on him, and their boisterous son whom they both adore. Their well being is shattered by the arrival of a letter. It is from Mansing, an ex-employee, alleging that he saw Vinod committing a murder. When Meena reads the letter, she initially dismisses it as absurd. It is only when she plays back the events around the time of the murder that she recalls the disturbing incidents. Vinod coming home one evening, his clothes blood spattered, his overnight success in business, thier sudden affluence. In the close confines of a family, can a woman continue living with a man she feels is a murderer? What can or should she do? Expose him? Kill herself? Or suffer in silence? This is an engrossing drama of excruciating suspense and human emotions.