Clad in a decorative red sari, Malti, a dreamer and a somewhat spoiled daughter of a wealthy Indian family, sat with Rakesh, an Indian physician living and working in New York, on the ground in front of a sacred fire. "We are asking you to sit on the ground," the priest explained, "because you're forging a new connection to live the rest of your lives as a husband and wife. The mother earth is going to be a witness to this union. I want you to feel strong, drawing energy from the center of the earth. You will always need this strength because life brings new challenges every day."
This marriage brought Malti to New York but the love she dreamed of eluded her. The passage of time brought new challenges and a heart wrenching loss. Malti moves back to India in search of someone who could unlock the mystery that was causing her immense distress. She accomplishes this mission with help from Harish, a newly minted real estate billionaire, whose love for Malti went back to their time together in college. Malti realizes her dream of having the unconditional love of a man on a New Year Eve at a sea-side mansion in Goa. She remembers the words that her grandmother had once spoken to her. "It will take a long time for you to get there, but the day you arrive, you will have become the person you always wanted to be."
Endless Life portrays a woman's search for love and meaning in an increasingly complex world. "Life is a flow; it's a continuum. Nothing really goes away. We continue to live despite all the hardships and tragedies. We plan new things, always expecting to see better days in the future. We never stop dreaming." It is this act of not stopping to dream that makes life ENDLESS.