When he returns with the tea, he sees her board the next train with three male passengers. He attempts to talk to her but she says she cannot recall meeting him before.As part of his news reporting assignment, for the occasion of fifty years of Indian Independence, Amar interviews many citizens of Barak Valley, and an extremist chief (Gautam Bora ), who claim that the reason behind human rights violations and poverty in the region is due to Indian Government, and that the Liberationists do not wish to enter into any dialogue with the government, and further justify their resistance in Utthar Purv.
But Amar returns home, only to find out from Preeti that Amar's mother is also being questioned and that Moina's location is at Sunder Nagar.
The CBI also misconstrue that Amar is part of the terrorist group and arrest him.
Subsequently, Amar travels to Leh, and while recording the Sindhu Darshan Festival, a suicide bomber is chased to death by the military, and Amar spots the woman again.
(It is later revealed that the woman is associated with him).
Malini 22 Palayamkottai with production by Rajkumar Sethupathy, Rajkumar Theatres Pvt Ltd, direction by Sripriya, cinematography by Manoj Pillai, editing by Bavan Sreekumar.
The cast of Malini 22 Palayamkottai aka Malini 22 Palayamkottai includes AC Murali, Anjali Rao, Chandra, D Janagi, Kota Srinivasa Rao, Kovai Sarala, Krish J Sathar, Naresh, Nithya Menon, Vidyu Raman.
On his date with Preeti, Amar spots one of Meghna's associates, Kim, who banished him earlier.
Amar chases him down to Connaught Place, where the man kills himself with cyanide, and the police relinquish the situation to the CBI.
Amar wishes to apologise to her, but she arrives with two men (who Amar believes are her brothers) who beat him unconscious.