"A taxi driver is approached by a stranger to take his unsuspecting friend to the psychiatric hospital in the mountain pass. But on the way, the driver gets confused about who among the two passengers is actually deranged. On the surface, Rosa Lima is an edgy, surrealistic contemplation of the ubiquity of mental ill-health and the blind spots that we encounter when we confront our own psychological aberrations. But in the backdrop of the current politically charged India, where a right-wing regime is leading the country through an atmosphere of intolerance and mob violence, Rosa Lima is also about a citizen searching for the culprit for his nation’s derangement. Is it the media? Or the right-wing organisations? Or the ruler? Or is it someone else?"