Director: Jahnu Barua; Producer: Sailadhar Barua; Editor: Hue-en Barua; Cast: Sanjib Sabhapandit, Gary Richardson, Bina Patangia, Prithiviraj Rabha, Dinesh Das, Paul Carlin, Philips Bose
Summary: The film is shows 1942 Assam, under the rule of British India. The Congress unit at Sarupathar, a remote village misinterpreted Mahatma Gandhi's call for non-violent political action and decided to sabotage a train. Kuhkhal Konwar (Kushal Konwar), at the time the president of that unit, understood the essence of Gandhi's message and tried to convince his committee against such a sabotage plan, but failed. Kuhkhal accepted complete moral responsibility for the crime. C. A. Humphrey, the then British head of the district, wanted an important scapegoat, and Kuhkhal was the perfect candidate, because not only was he honest but he was also the member of a powerful royal clan of Assam. An example could be made of him.