Raising a young child on her own, writing him letters pretending to be his absentee father, Vasudha Prasad has taught herself not to dream.
A wealthy hotelier with no fixed address, Aarav Ruparel travels light, using ambition to shield himself from emotion.
Neither is seeking love. And when it comes calling, it tests them both: Vasudha must accept that her marriage was a mistake, and Aarav must learn that sometimes loss is gain.
All That Could Have Been is a compelling examination of love by one of Indian cinema’s most extraordinary chroniclers of human relationships.