It would be a crime to put a box on director Manu Anand's writing and call it just 'sensitive', it is also clever at a lot of places with a lot of twists.
Arranges to send to Vishakha.
Their past is about to surprise them.
The life of a troubled artist who has been trying to start a family, unexpectedly intersects with that of an autistic tech advisor who has reached her own emotional limits.
At one point, a character tells Irfan that it is because of his name that he had gotten noticed and you realise that's true.
Circumstances force them to decide that Irfan is none other than Abu Bakkar, and they take him into custody.