Based on a raging controversial novel of the 80’s CALCUTTA, UNABASHED - (Bibar) deals with the angst of city youth in Calcutta, who are caught between the lures of a new, liberalized society and fast-fading traditional values. Biresh (Subrat Dutta – product of National School of Drama, India) an investigating officer in a finance company is at heart a bohemian with no rigid values in life. In love, he is caught in a psycho-sexual relationship with a high society call girl Nita (Tannishtha Chatterjee - German film “Shadows of Time” by Florian Gallenberger and French Film “Let the wind blow”).
In his office, his position becomes bleak as he refuses a loan to an influential person. He starts drinking heavily and starts visiting Sonagachhi, the infamous red-light area of Calcutta with his painter friend Hiren (Shiladitya Patranobish). He also gets attracted towards a model, Iti (Payel Sarkar). Biresh, in a bout of self-destruction, vents his anger and frustration by strangling Nita, and stages his alibi through Iti. The Police start investigating, but are unable to establish any motive behind the killing.

CALCUTTA, UNABASHED is contemporary. CALCUTTA, UNABASHED is bold. CALCUTTA, UNABASHED is about the decline of traditional Indian values and the utter confusion that has grabbed urban India after the opening up of the economy.