Nanasaheb Date retires at the age of 60 and realizes that he has missed out on simple pleasures of life while attending to household duties and work responsibilities. He decides to enjoy whatever has been left out, in whichever manner possible, with his wife. His content upper-middle-class family consists of his wife, sons, daughters-in-law and grandchildren. Suddenly, his younger son is transferred to another town. The sons decide with their wives that their father should stay back with the elder son, while their mother should accompany the younger son. The parents are disappointed with this decision of separation, but hesitate to say it openly. They ultimately find a solution.