A woman threatens to leave her husband unless he installs a toilet in their home. To win back her love and respect, he heads out on a journey to fight against the backward society.
Keshav and Jaya are from two villages near Mathura where at least 80% of households have no access to lavatories. Conflict comes knocking on the first day of their marriage, when Jaya discovers that Keshav’s home has no toilet and she leaves. Distraught and desperate, Keshav embarks on a mission to win back his love by battling against the age-old traditions, mindset, and value system of his country.
36-year-old Keshav helps his brother Naru run their father’s cycle business. He is still a bachelor because his superstitious father believes that he should only marry a girl who has two fingers on her left hand. He meets Jaya, a well-educated girl from a well-to-do family, and finally wins her after many attempts. But after they marry she realizes that Keshav’s house has no toilet, and she departs. Determined to get her back, Keshav fights to have a toilet built in his village.