At the beginning of "Siddharth," from director Richie Mehta, main character Mehendra (played with raw emotion by Rajesh Tailang) is told that he is living in the stone ages because he doesn't have a phone. It's our first indication of some dire circumstances to come. The film centers on chain wallah Mehendra, who makes a living fixing zippers on the streets of New Delhi. He sends his son Siddharth - much to his wife Suman's (Tannishtha Chatterjee) chagrin - to work in a factory because they are hard on money. When Siddharth doesn't return home one day, Mehendra comes to the grave realization that his son has been most likely kidnapped into child trafficking. From there, he begins a journey to look for Siddharth, even traveling to the distant Mumbai; a task with no easy outcome.
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