Batuni (Chatterbox) tells the story of Rohan, a happy-go-lucky 30-something Television producer living in Bombay whose life is lived in constantly being busy in a string of parties, hectic life on social media and predictable routines of a formulaic job that doesn’t demand much from him. In this whirligig, Rohan is able to put a lid on many latent issues and foster illusions about life and himself. In the chaotic metropolis of Bombay, his solo emotional support is his cousin brother and flatmate Mahendra, who works as a banker. This status quo quickly begins to unravel when Rohan loses his job and decides to embark on a career as a freelance writer-photographer to explore his talent, then Mahendra decides to marry his on-off girlfriend and move out. The film follows Rohan as he puts up a valiant fight to resist change through charm, humor, denial and distractions, a tactic, which becomes increasingly difficult to hold on to and reality becomes tough to ignore. Finally forced to confront his issues, Rohan realizes that throwing tantrums and making those who you love feel guilty and miserable isn’t that constructive. Growing up is.