Evening in a cozy apartment. Six engineers have just secured jobs in an investment bank in London and are celebrating. A writer (Subhash) narrates his idea for a film highlighting injustice in countryside India. The engineers question and mock him. Rajesh explains justice is not a bad idea. He admires investigative journalism. But it won't work in fiction. People in the modern world don't care about justice. Subhash gives up on his idea and Rajesh argues with him to not give up and continue writing. A phone rings and they find out open positions are 4 not 6. They decide to vote anonymously to decide who will go out. Arguments ensue and engineers start pulling each other down brutally. Rajesh pushes Subhash on what he believes. Subhash challenges Rajesh’s beliefs about his life, choices, and his new job. Rajesh says he has changed career paths all too often in 4 years of graduation. He wants success. He wants to show his mettle. The engineers exhaust each other and they reveal existential pain. Subhash asks Rajesh if these are the people he wants to show his mettle to? Rajesh sees Subhash's point. He relinquishes his position, decides for investigative journalism. The group has to decide on only one of the five to quit. They decide against the loudest, most confident candidate. There are three minor plots as well. But this is the major action. Does this look like it has potential for a comedy?