Rui Ka Bojh (1997)
Old age is like a bale of thawed cotton-apparently weightless, but every passing moment of time (age) makes this bale more and more wet and it soon becomes so heavy that everyone wants to throw it off. "Rui Ka Bojh"(The weight of cotton) is the story of such a bale of cotton. After the division in the family, Kishunsah settles down with his youngest son, but his tranquil life comes to an end sooner than expected. He too has to face the rewards of old-the ignorance, the insults. He has no value now. One day he is thrown into a junk-yard room to live. He feels completely detached from the family and decides to snap all his relations, emotions and renounce the world forever. Madhobhagat is a wise man who has seen life in all its colours, always boosting Kishunsahs morale whenever he feels low. He convinces him that a `Vow of Silence will solve many of his problems and he would come to see him on the third day of his observing a vow of silence, but never returns. This is a turning point in Kishunsahs life.. Can he do it. Is it possible to suppress your values and kill your emotions....?