Sanjay does fit in the normal scheme of things of having a job, a wife, a family—just for the heck of it. He is not able to find, or to ‘get’ the girl he thinks he loves.Sanjay does fit in the normal scheme of things of having a job, a wife, a family—just for the heck of it. He is not able to find, or to ‘get’ the girl he thinks he loves.
Sanjay is not even ambitious. He does not even want a safe job. Or even a high paying job. But he is anxious. He gets depressed, feeling that he is a misfit in this world. He loves his family and wants to do something good for them. He bows to their wishes. But the more he tries to accept their decisions for him, the more he become depressed. His relationship with his parents goes downhill, his sister-in-law becomes spiteful. Nothing is helping his cause. Is he really a misfit?
To find the answer, Sanjay must traverse a journey that seemingly has no destination but is profound enough to help him find his moorings. A journey that links him to his inner self, nay the Supreme being itself, residing within. Will Sanjay, with his wife Janaki, be able to complete his journey from Mumbai to Kashi? What does he find about his bigger journey, spanning many lives? Sanjay tells his story. Let Sanjay Uvach.