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When he returns with the tea, he sees her board the next train with three male passengers. He attempts to talk to her but she says she cannot recall meeting him before.
As part of his news reporting assignment, for the occasion of fifty years of Indian Independence, Amar interviews many citizens of Barak Valley, and an extremist chief (Gautam Bora ), who claim that the reason behind human rights violations and poverty in the region is due to Indian Government, and that the Liberationists do not wish to enter into any dialogue with the government, and further justify their resistance in Utthar Purv.
He reaches her home, and learns from the locals that she has left the place.
Amar then goes to the post office where he initially spotted her and bribes the PCO owner into giving him her contact details, and learns that she is telephoning to Ladakh.
Amar grabs the mobile and pleads Moina to stop all this and marry him.
Moina reveals that it is too late, and presumes Amar is being killed.
En route Amar forces the woman to reveal her name: Meghna (Manisha Koirala). Next day, Amar wakes to find Meghna gone (It is later revealed that Meghna is part of a Liberationists group which plans multiple suicide attacks in New Delhi at the upcoming Republic Day celebration).Mani Ratnam also co-wrote the screenplay for the film with Tigmanshu Dhulia.It is the third in Ratnam's trilogy of terror films after Roja and Bombay.It was originally supposed to be a Tamil film but it was later decided to be made as a bilingual film.
The film was screened at the Era New Horizons Film Festival and the Helsinki International Film Festival.
On his way there, during a rainy night, Amar stops at Haflong train station to catch Barak Valley Express, he tries to have a smoke but he doesn't have any matches or a lighter. A strong gust of wind blows the shawl off the person revealing it to be an enigmatic woman (Manisha Koirala).