Vikalp - 2011


Rishika Gandhi, a docile, middle class & Marathi girl from an orphanage in Kolhapur is a sort of prodigy in the field of computer education. She lands up in a job with a respectable IT company in Mumbai because of her exceptional talent. Some goof up happens during her tenure as the code developer in the company. Rishika through her sheer genius wins over that hurdle and proves her detractors wrong but is so heart broken after that insult that she resigns from her job. At the same time her personal life too gets a jolt from the blue when the very affluent family of her five year old boy friend, suddenly discovers about their love affairs & visits her at her hostel room and blames her for using their son for seeking financial security for her. Humiliated & heart broken, Rishika ultimately decides to leave India and takes up the offer from another Bangkok based software company.

Rishika thought that Bangkok was a great refuge from all her troubles in India but she was wrong. Within a couple of months of working there she realizes that she is caught in a network of internet criminals' and she was being used as a hacker in the name of software developer. Her passport and other documents are with the company only, when she decides to escape that network. Very soon she realized that leaving Bangkok against the wishes of those powerful criminals was not that easy. She is given a false identity of a criminal and she had nothing & no one on her side to prove that she is Rishika Gandhi. The technology through which she wanted to make an identity of her own ultimately has taken away her identity itself. It seems like an impossible to win battle for this timid, shy & low on self esteem girl. How Rishika wins her internal & external weakness to face the greatest challenge of her life using her education and will power makes up the highly moving and inspiring climax of the story...

Cast & Crew

Sachin P. Karande
Keshar K. Shinde
Vishal Vijay Kumar
Dev Sikhdar, Vijay Narayan
Kukku Prabhas, Dev Sikhdar

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