In the wake of losing his folks in a fender bender, Mukesh remains at his Aunt’s home in Delhi. Tried out a slacker course in school he discovers harmony by playing chess at the nearby burial ground, the remainder of the occasions he stresses over approaches to bring home the bacon and dealing with his sisters. ‘B.A.Pass’ is a story taking a gander at the deadly guarantee of another life. At the point when Mukesh meets Sarika ‘aunt’ at a kitty party, much to his dismay of the city and it’s available resources to endure. Sarika tempts Mukesh, modest and unpracticed he succumbs to her. What pursues is a bit of fate, a sort of story that shows up in the sensationalist newspapers as ‘egregious demonstrations of wrongdoing’
Defrauded and abused by the neon-lit fantastic universe of joy and energy, working class goals and desires for a superior life frequently discover a street going no place however to a persuaded end close to the dim dell of death.