Piku is a 2015 Indian comic drama show film coordinated by Shoojit Sircar. Piku Banerjee (Deepika Padukone) is a Bengali draftsman who dwells in Delhi, alongside her dad, Bhashkor (Amitabh Bachchan). Bhashkor, a man of 70, has an issue of blockage which, he considers, is truly a genuine medicinal issue, and follows each issue’s root to his defecations. Piku cherishes her dad and, as her mom is no more, takes great consideration of him, however gets amazingly aggravated with him on occasion in light of his unconventionalities. Her partner, Syed Afroz (Jisshu Sengupta) is a decent companion, and she is a consistent customer of Syed’s companion, Rana’s (Irrfan Khan) taxi business. Rana has his own family issues with his mom and sister.
Piku needs to offer their Kolkata home, yet Bhashkor protests intensely. He chooses to go to Kolkata himself to wipe out the arrangement. Piku needs to go along in going with him, since she can’t leave him travel be. Bhashkor raises his clogging issue and chooses to go by street. A progression of occurrences result in Rana driving them to Calcutta, alongside their local help Budhan. In transit, the gathering experiences numerous episodes, including Rana nearly losing persistence because of Bhashkor’s conduct and his obstruction. They at last achieve Kolkata, where Piku’s relatives still live in the old house and Bhashkor approaches Rana to stay for quite a while. Piku and Rana go out and progressively develop close. Rana leaves Kolkata the following day, advising her that she has got an “exceptionally fascinating family”, furthermore quietly implying not to offer the house.