Three benches, three men, a squabble about the best seat, each man claims his right, and of course, there is not enough room for everyone.
The play takes a light-hearted look at issues of space, ownership and territory that inevitably leads to questions of identity and belonging.
The Hindi drama is set in a park with three benches that become a point of contention between three men. All three want the best spot and try to prove why they deserve it. Each one's claim is superior to the others'. In the course of the conversation—mostly heated and combative—personal and larger politics come to the fore, revealing the fragility of life and emotion. The setting could be any public park and these could be three strangers going about their daily routines, and it could be a silly squabble over property but each one also has a deeper, personal and poignant story to tell.