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‘How about a car pool without owning a car?’
Twelve people agree to an idea of running a shared transport service from a common residential locality to their out-of-civilization office campus. Twelve different minds with equally diverse personalities gel with each other to fulfill a common need.
Ever seen a twelve headed Raavan? Well, see it here…
Chandu, the originator of the group and a guy with ‘Help ever, hurt Never’ philosophy; Sushant, an aspiring leader who has a loud(speaker) voice; Rajnish, a gadget freak; Raghav, the youthful guy who never thinks straight; Saina, an arrogant and self-centric girl; the out-spoken, bold and dynamic Nagesh who is ‘gifted’ with a ‘curse’ of extra sarcasm; Binodh, the math guy who is always talking over the mobile; Aishwarya, the self-styled social activist; Mohan, the English-man whose English can be fatal; Avani, the most eligible spinster in the group; Vijaya, the sole bread winner of her family, and Jatin, that’s me, the recorder, the philosopher and a co-conspirator of every good and bad thing in this story.
In its first few days the service suffers adjustment problems. Its members collide on mutual interests, the timings, priorities and personal discipline. But they overcome the hurdles weirdly, yet tactically and soon the cab transforms into a mad house. It becomes a place where laughter and enjoyment are worshipped and everything else is an unforgivable sin. In the course of their journeys, unbelievable things happen to them. They become best friends, make long lasting relationships, mentor and help each other on various mundane matters.
But, behind the smiles and shouts, there are under currents. The journey goes on fine until one day some members try to dictate terms over the group. The rift widens with each passing day and finally hell breaks loose…
Will the journey continue? Or will the cab succumb to its injuries? What will happen to the cab service? And, what about the group?
Fasten your seatbelt for the journey is about to begin…