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Khancha deals with the condition of single women in our society and how they are treated by men irrespective of their status and capabilities.

Parul is running for her life. A wink from the boss and the rogues are after her... The film takes off on an interesting note and the director makes sure the audience gets hooked to the plot.

Samita (Rituparna Sengupta) is marketing executive, working for a reputed corporate house. A divorcee, she lives on her own in a small apartment and often finds herself in awkward situations at workplace. Parul (Parno Mitra), on the other hand, is an innocent orphan girl from a village. Her uncle sends her away to the city with Netai, son of the village chief, who later takes advantage of her and tries to sell her off for money. When Parul asks for help, Samita, albeit hesitantly, decides to give her protection.

Constant fear of the young girl being harassed and kidnapped by the rogues forces Samita to lock her up inside the house while she is away, in office. Parul, too, is happy to be with her new-found didi. Surajit ( Ritwik Chakraborty ) , a journalist and Samita's friend, comes forward to help the two women in crisis. As the story progresses, we see the three people bond gradually. There is trust and respect for each other. Once Samita gets to know Surajit better, she realizes that not all men are as bad as she believes them to be. He is just the opposite of Rahul (Arijit Dutta), her immediate boss, a manupulative man and a womanizer.

Cast : Rituparna Sengupta, Parno Mitra, Ritwik Chakraborty, Firdous Ahmed, Arijit Dutta, Papiya Sen, Dolon Roy, Kheyali Dastidar

Editing : Arghyakamal Mitra

Music : Partho Sen Gupta

Art : Shamit Kundu

Story : Prafulla Roy

Screen Play : Raja Sen, Mainak Sen

Direction : Raja Sen