Though the film becomes a tad too depressing after the birth of Arti's son, it quickly balances back to reality with Hari securing a job in a factory. Good times show up when Arti has her second child and the couple's only dream is to see their son hale, hearty and successful. Gruelling work, non-stop dedication and honesty leads Hari to be promoted. His strength to face the world, conviction and resolve see him find a firm footing in a whole that can be very cruel to mediocrity. And here, Hari is below mediocre. He is crippled and fighting all the time. What reassures him is the stable support from his better half who has seen bad times herself. But it is their vow of togetherness that hold strong throughout.
No wonder, when Arti is no more Hari is visibly breaking upset and sad. But he is survivor. With his head held high, he knows that Arti would not have him lose the race so easily. So, he marches on.