Anjalai, an endearing elderly lady, runs a vegetable stall at the neighbourhood market. One day, she comes to learn about the death of a fellow stallholder. His wife had passed on three years ago and now his only child, Kayalvizhi, was left without any kin or kith. Having experienced loss herself, she is saddened by Kayal’s state and reaches out to Kayal who has yet to accept her father’s death. Anjalai explains that life is never without difficulties or sadness and that times of trouble provide opportunities for developing qualities such as strength and hope. She tells Kayal that she is young and has much to live for and that she would need to accept her father’s death. It is now upto to Kayal to decide on what she would need to do to move on.