Director: Rosshan Andrrews; Writer: Bobby Sanjay; Producer: Listin Stephen; Cinematographer: R. Diwakaran; Editor: Mahesh Narayanan; Cast: Manju Warrier, Kunchako Boban, Kanika, Lalu Alex, Amritha Anil, Siddharth Basu, Devan, Kunchan
Duration: 02:20:26; Aspect Ratio: 2.353:1; Hue: 182.614; Saturation: 0.118; Lightness: 0.203; Volume: 0.203; Cuts per Minute: 11.984
Summary: A 36 year-old Nirupama Rajeev ( Manju Warrier) is a UD clerk in the Revenue Department. Her husband is Rajeev Narayanan (Kunchako Boban) who works in Akashavaani. Manju Warrier and Kunchako Boban are paired for the first time in this film. Rajeev aspires to emigrate to Ireland, but Nirupama can't accompany him as most Irish companies turn down her job applications. There is nothing interesting about her life; she leads a mundane life but she craves for a change.
One dramatic day, she has been summoned to the IG's office and she learns that The President of India would like to have a conversation with her. Unfortunately, the meeting turns out to be a disaster and she become the butt of Facebook jokes and before long, she watches haplessly as her husband and daughter fly away to Ireland.
Her old classmate Susan David (Kanika), now a successful business woman, reminds her of the woman she used to be and inspires her to rediscover her younger self, a woman with big dreams and aspirations. Nirupama finds herself face to face with almost every situation that an average Malayali woman of her age goes through - from the dread of the fast approaching formidable age of forty, her inability to rise up to her daughter's expectations and the discomfiture of her husband being mistaken for her younger brother.
The movie focuses on society's obsession with attaching gender and age specific stereotypes to women