A group of young boys and girls join Researcher and Documentary maker Abhijit Sen to Santiniketan just for the sake of fun. They are a generation to whom Rabindranath Tagore is a subject of History and they have vague ideas about this Nobel Laureate. \nThey reach Shantiniketan and began to enjoy in their own way. Watching Santhal dance, drinking country liquor and making mockery of the seniors. \nAbhijit Sen was actually looking for a new subject for his research. The idea of the Documentary clicked when he saw the group trying to do “Planchet” in their hotel room. He said Tagore used to use medium to talk to his demised relatives. It was a big event in Tagore’s life. So Abhijit decided to do a research on this subject. Suddenly the youngsters got interested in the same and decided to participate in this documentary making. They met Professor Amitabha Chaudhuri who enlightened them on the subject.\nBut while making a film on Tagore's interest on life after death and knowing more about the Bard, they were transformed to different individuals. The team of young boys and girls started working on Tagore, studying his work, reciting his poems and singing his songs. They even took the opportunity to meet Ms. Sharmila Tagore and interviewed her, who spoke about her family ties with the bard.