The film follows a man-woman relationship, the woman incidentally being an "international" bar singer by profession and the man, a film maker, who is also the director of the film.
If a human being is the best plot,...展开then Ranu is one thick plot. Over the past 6 years of filming, she has moved from one relationship to another, from one home to another and even one country to another. After an extremely modest upbringing in a refugee family, an abduction, a child, suicide attempts and many failed relationships later, Ranu is a total contrast to Shyamal who is well educated, well to do and of course, well respected.
Where Ranu's predicament as a poor exploited beer bar singer "inspires" a film maker to make a film, the filming of 6 odd years makes it quite clear that she knows her way around in the "male world". In a life, full of men and stories, the director is being just one among the many. But the relationship grows with the film as the two accept each other despite moral archetypes and the film ultimately, turns out to be a sign of their trust and respect for each other as human beings.
I’m the very beautiful is a compassionate view of the struggles and dreams of a woman perceived as an outcast. It is also a film in which the film-maker dares to bare his own dilemmas.