After shining a customer's shoes, a young street vendor, Munna, discovers that his client's overstuffed wallet has accidentally dropped on the road. While his fellow shoe shine boys call him an "idiot" and remind him that he lives in Bombay after all, Munna tries desperately to return the wallet. He soon learns that in a corrupt adult world, where finders are always keepers, honesty can be a dangerous pursuit.
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