The film is based on the market of the same name, one of the liveliest markets of North East India. Probably everybody knows what a market looks like. In Ïewduh people from different communities and religions work together and co-exist. With scars and colors and freshness and stench, this is the real world of Ïewduh, where fairy tales happen. The film is about everyday people, with everyday stories, not dignified as heroes, but nevertheless people who make the lives of each other better. In every market lane, there is an untold story. The struggle, the hope to give life not just to themselves, but also to those that they love, those that they care for. In Ïewduh when reason ends, relationships begin.