Bhuvan, Chakor’s father, wants to fulfill every responsibility but is unable to do so because of the conditions he lives in. Instead of being the hope for Chakor, he finds her a source of motivation to survive.
Bhuvan is weak but not evil. He accepts all the tortures as he thinks this the only way to survive in this cruel world. He portrays a poor Indian man’s desperation, of how he uses religion and culture as excuse to defer all obligations.