The loss of their two children in a devastating fire spurs Neelam and Shekhar Krishnamoorthy to learn more about the deadly incident.
Neelam and Shekhar scour for information — and support — in their fight against the Ansals. One man grapples with the tragic toll on his family.
Police make arrests in the fire case but the association for victims' families faces greater hurdles ahead. The Krishnamoorthys receive an offer.
The case finally reaches court but a floundering prosecutor causes concerns. On the day of the fire, a theater employee struggles to clear a debt.
Neelam reaches a crossroad. Shekhar meets an old friend who is unaware of the fire. As "Border" premieres, an army captain grapples with regret.
Tangled in the crosshairs of powerful men and the law, the city worker who last checked the faulty transformer before the fire is made a scapegoat.
After the Supreme Court verdict is rendered, a flashback to the fateful day in 1997 and the events that unspooled as 59 people perished in the fire.