"Our body is a temple for goodness and the resident here is the supreme God." This sentiment is universal and each one of us search for God in a variety of places, such as temples, ashrams and religious set-ups in a hope to meet him. People do whatever they can, even place offerings as a bait for the God to oblige. All of us then strive to fulfill our commitment and also go to the extent of wiping out a life of some animal.
Taking this as the context, Omkar represents a young generation of novices, who realizes leaders of all categories forget what they actually need.These leaders follow the pulse of the masses and are least bothered about the repercussions of their decisions. They know that leadership to swim against the tide has to be the responsibility of the younger generation. However, someone needs to awaken them from their hibernation in inertness.
For Omkar, this realization is converted to conviction, when he personally witnesses the agony of a family, as an old woman from a village succumbs due to non-availability of timely treatment. This has a counter effect and the drama created by Omkar, Dr. Swapna Bhosle and Bandya becomes an important reformative necessity. But will they succeed?