The account of the life and scholastic vocation of the pioneer Indian mathematician, Srinivasa Ramanujan, and his companionship with his guide, Professor G.H. Tough.
In the 1910s, Srinivasa Ramanujan is a man of vast insight that even the degraded neediness of his home in Madras, India can't pound. In the end, his stellar insight in science and his unfathomable trust in both draw in the consideration of the prominent British arithmetic teacher, G.H. Strong, who welcomes him to promote build up his calculations at Trinity College at Cambridge. Compelled to leave his young spouse, Janaki, behind, Ramanujan ends up in an area where both his to a great extent natural scientific hypotheses and his social qualities run headlong into both the stringent scholastic necessities of his school and tutor and the preferential substances of a Britain heading into World War One. Confronting this with a family back home resolved to keep him from his significant other and his own declining wellbeing, Ramanujan joins with Hardy in a common battle that would characterize Ramanujan as one of India's most noteworthy present day researchers who softened more than one boundary up his universes.