Kanta returns home from the office running on fumes and wonder as she looks at the front door. No, this time, she is not irritated. There is no gossip aunty or anything that can trigger her tempura. Their front door is decorated with lots of awry colourful paper flags.
Any other day, at this time, Kanta might have been irritated but today she is not. Looking at the door, she ends up reminiscing childhood when she used to decorate all the front doors of her colony.
The adults did not decorate this as little handprints were spread all over the door and were visible because of the white glue - made of flour - was used. Noticing the upper part of the door that was left blank, Kanta understands why it is blank and who has done this; the picchi paltan of their building did this deliberately.
Her exhaustion instantly wears off and she starts looking for Alvi; the leader of that picchi paltan. She knows if she can reach Alvi, she can live some moments of her childhood again.
Alvi is only four and a half years old yet he is the leader of a group of six-seven members. Everyone listens to him very carefully and no one knows the reason behind that. Kanta finds them on the sixth floor decorating a door.
Looking at Kanta, Alvi says, "Kanta apu do not touch, do not touch these!" Another member of that paltan screams, "Do not touch, do not touch!" He adds, "We have glued them very carefully." The chorus says, "Very carefully!"
Kanta laughs after decades, even though someone has stopped her from doing something. She accepts their condition and asks, "Can I help you with anything?" Alvi instantly denies, "No, you cannot. You are going to mess up our plan."
After shedding some crocodile tears, Kanta manages to melt Alvi. He allows Kanta to glue flags on top of the door as they cannot reach it even after using a chair. Kanta happily joins their team and starts sticking flags on the door.
After finishing their decoration near mid-night, Kanta looks at herself. It seems like she has been tumbled in flour. She takes preparation to be taunted by her mother as she always claims to be a grownup and yet looks like a clown now.
For some unknown reason, Kanta's mother is also in a good mood and she does not say anything to her. Rather, she says, "There is hot water in the shower, go take a bath Kanta."
Kanta smiles and it becomes wider because cherishing some moments from childhood is always special and who does not want that!