"Pakhandi" narrates the story of a young adult named Ravi who grapples with and consistently overcomes his social anxiety. He possesses a keen awareness of his limitations, which unfortunately hinders his personal growth due to the emergence of a novel fear in his psyche: the possibility that someday, someone might uncover his struggle, thereby shattering the façade of his feigned extroversion.
One fateful day, while engaged in a profound philosophical debate with his friends, Ravi finds himself in a vulnerable state. During this moment, one of his friends poses a question that serves as a catalyst, triggering his latent fear. Consequently, Ravi descends into the recesses of his mind, engaging in a formidable battle against this distressing notion. As the ordeal unfolds, a moment of profound realization dawns upon him. He comprehends the futility of this ceaseless struggle, leading him to resurface from the depths of his contemplation gradually. He effectively conquers his fear in a heartening turn of events, demonstrating a marked transformation.
Through this introspective journey, "Pakhandi" skillfully portrays Ravi's triumph over his inner demons, ultimately showcasing his triumphant emergence from the shadows of anxiety.