Vivek has been living with his uncle in Delhi for a month, struggling with the first draft of his semi autobiographical novel. On his birthday, his uncle, Harry, gifts him a special screening of the restored print of 'Sebwali', the only film made by Mohan, Vivek's deceased father. In that night's conversation, Vivek and Harry's memory of Mohan and 'Sebwali' sets in motion, a reflective journey that resonates with Vivek's deepest internal crises. As Harry and Vivek walk towards Harry's private theater, the film takes us through Vivek's reflexive relationship with his past, present, fears, patterns and questions. While he starts hoping to find answers by revisiting his father's film, his realities start converging to paint a true portrait of his suspended existence, his 'Sheol'.