If a good-looking face was the definition of beauty,
then no one would have loved their ailing and wrinkled parents.
When Vasu first sets his eyes on the charming and pretty Radhika, he forgets all about his ‘average’ looks.
An amiable and kind-hearted boy, Vasu is looked down upon by others due to his dark skin tone. His sister Kavya sees his inner goodness and wants him to realise that he is no less than others.
Radhika considers Vasu to be her best friend, while he cannot help falling in love with her.
Will his ‘average’ looks come in the way of his happily ever after? What happens when Vasu is harshly judged based on his skin tone? Will he be able to overcome his insecurities?
I Wish I Could Tell Her is a heartwarming story of a boy’s struggle in search of his identity. Vasu’s emotional tale shall engulf you in tears, both of pain and laughter.