Photo-Copy is a tale about a blemished family of four living individuals and the hope of the existence of a ‘late’ member. An irreparable loss of the head of the family: a husband and father leave the rest in a state of uncertainty.

The eldest sibling Om Prakash, an actor by profession, is hit by certain questions in his mind about his own identity during an audition for a role—questions of being comfortable with the fading memories of his father and how he can’t recognise himself with his people anymore… Where is his emotional responsibility towards his family?

This year his father’s death anniversary is unique, as it occurs only on a leap year. He returns to his nest for his father's 16th death anniversary to find answers and re-live the fading memories. What now unfolds is not what the family would have desired for but it is undeniably needed for their survival. Will this turmoil leave Om Prakash's mother, brother and sister on the edge of their lives again or will the family be able to redefine their state of uncertainty and find a new chapter through it?

Is Om Prakash doing this on his own will or is it the Chaiwala whom he had accidentally bumped into during his audition who is making him do this, as he is aware of his fears?