The story was set in 1860 at a village named Chandipur in Bengal. Kalikinkar Roy (Chhabi Biswas) was a landlord there. He was a devotee of the Hindu goddess, Kali. Taraprasad (Purnendu Mukherjee) and Umaprasad (Soumitra Chattopadhyay) were his two sons. Dayamoyee was the wife of the younger brother Umaprasad who was away to study in Calcutta.
One night Kalikinkar had a revelation in dream that his daughter-in-law Dayamoyee was an incarnation of goddess Kali. He insisted her to be worshiped. One day a dying child of a villager was placed at her feet, and miraculously he was cured. This incident made the belief firm about Dayamoyee’s godly status. As a result, to be cured, poor sick old villagers came in hundreds.
Umaprasad, getting this news in Kolkata, rushed to his home and argued with his father about this fact. But all went in vain as Kalikinkar was in deep belief about the divinity of his daughter-in-law. Umaprasad tried to take Dayamoyee away, but surprisingly he found that she also became convinced with her divine status.
The film went for a tragic ending when Taraprasad’s only son, Khoka became seriously ill and instead of proper medical treatment he was placed in Dayamoyee’s divine care and the child died. This incident made Dayamoyee shattered. At the last seen, Dayamoyee ran out of the house madly and went vanished in the mist.
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