Synopsis: Crossroad is a first -of-its-kind portmanteau movie celebrating womanhood and tells the story of ten women, facing ten different life situations and explores how they tackle it.
Genre: Drama
168 min


'One night's wage'

The person who was with me..

He left early in the morning.

Didn't he tell you?

Hey! The balance payment

is yet to be made.

It was paid in advance

last night, rig ht?

Only Rs.300 was paid since

there was no change.

Did you forget that?

Loo k!

Rs.650 is pending, including

the charge for lunch &tea.


You can't leave without paying.

You money would also be missing!

This is just 500 Rupees.

He stole my phone as well.

- Is it?

When you pick a customer,

be careful at least from now on.

Here you go.

My dear..

Aren't you able to sleep?

Sister, buy some jasmine flowers.


Jasmine flowers!

Sister, don't you want jasmine flowers?


Just half of it.

- Seema dear..

You won't get men just by

wearing flowers on your hair.

For that, you have to

be a little modern.

Did you see this?

If I dial this, big shots

would come flying.

Shall I call him?


You buy the stuff.

Where are you?

Shall we go?

Are they also coming?


That won't be possible.






Here, sir.

It has the phone

number and address.

Who will inform?

I will inform.

Don't say that both

of them are dead.


Can I make a call?

Of course!

- Hello!

-Who is it?

Can you pass the phone

to someone elder, dear?

- There's no one here.

-I am alone.

- Papa and Mumma have

gone to the supermarket.

What is your name, dear?

. BhaQYa-

Nice name.

-Who are you, aunty?

- Why have you called?

My name is Seema.

lam your mother's friend.

When I met her at

the supermarket,

I said that I wanted

to talk to you, dear.

- That's a lie.

- Papa had called

me just now.

- He told me that they bought

Maggi & Good Day biscuits for me.

What else did he say?

- When I said that I am angry

and asked them to come fast,

- he hung up the call quickly.


-After that, Papa didn't call.

The calls would cost a lot of money.

That's why he didn't call.

Are you hungry, dear?

- Ya.

- I'm starving, aunty!

How much?

It's okay.

You keep it, dear.

Oh no! Are you leaving?

I will also come.


Did you recognize me?

Seema aunty, rig ht?

Why are you sitting inside this?

I want to give Mummy a surprise.

ls it?

- Ya.


Mummy sent me here.

To give you company.


Why aren't they here yet?

See what all Mummy has sent for you.

Loo k!

Do you know how to make noodles, aunty?

- Of course!

2 minutes!

Will you make it by the

time I count to 60 twice?


You want more?


Are you feeling

sleepy, Bhagya dear?


Go to sleep, dear.

-You also come, aunty.

Com e, aunty.


What is it, dear?

'Standing guard'


I had a doubt initially

if it was you.

You have changed a lot.


It's me, Sandhya!

Why are you looking

at me like that?

I got transferred here.

Do you live here?



Chitra Garden.

My office is really

close to that.

lam in a little hurry.

Shall I leave?

Good morning Sir.

- Morning!

Oh! Devi?

This is the painter Devi

I was talking about.

- Namaste, Sir.

- Namaste.

Excellent lines!


Bold & sharp!

Loo k!

Did you learn this academically, Devi?

- No.

I learned it by heart

during child hood.

Okay. Good.


Give 3000 Rupees to Devi.

We'll settle the accounts later.

Thank you sir.

-You're welcome.

Okay sir.

- Okay then.

(Reading a Hindi poem)

'Apna desh saware hum'

Apni is paavan dhani ka

Aao romp nikhan.

nikhaaro hum'

Do you know whose poem this is?

- No.

There was a great poet,

Sri Krishna Saral.

This is his poem.

'Apna desh saware hum'

Let us reform our country.

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