A conversation between a father and daughter who have no one but them for each other, they now have to handle a situation where Pinky has done something which is very hard for Rajendra to even believe. Rajendra unfolds himself in many shades, Pinky on the other hand is going through a constant fear where she needs his support the most. Pinky tries to convince Rajendra and as story goes further, we see the changes happening in Rajendra.
With this film I wanted to explore the cross section of human relationships that will evoke emotions of people in a fictionalised manner, experiencing characters through their sense of understanding. “Pinky And Papa” exhibits how sometimes we as humans make our life mundane and believe in that idea of life and suddenly or abruptly things change around you and that simple yet perfect life becomes a mountain within you. The film talks about the complexity of human relations directly on the very front of the border. Humans, they often operate on a private but also on a public level; human attraction has an obvious but also a hidden dimension. The story speaks to a wider tendency: a desire to categorize relationships, scrutinizing them in excruciating detail in an attempt to shove them into spaces that don’t, in the end, do them justice at all; it chokes the life from them altogether. As it happens through sadness with Pinky and her father in the end of the story.