High on content, drama, pace, look, realism and fresh faces, Siddhanth is a one hour weekly. A gripping story of a lawyer, who believes the world to be at his feet. His journey of redemption, his realization of the grey shades of life, his equations with the very people he defends and then turns against, in his bid to save his conscience.
Siddhanth is the story of a man who finds himself at the cost of losing his loved ones, who finds truth after experiencing a series of lies, who finds answers to the very questions he once didn^/t even know existed. With a talent to twist cases around to suit his will, Siddhanth^/s world revolves around a web of lies, deceit, deaths and downfall, some of which is a result of his own doings of the past.
Yet case after case he moves ahead, sometimes taking the right decisions and sometimes adapting wrong means to reach the right conclusion. For Siddhanth the means justify the end, as winning is his second identity.. No case is too tough, the only criteria to accept a case being the one ray of hope against all odds, the one hint of evidence that could overturn a case.
As he makes a fresh start after winning the land case and getting his sweetheart^/s murderers booked by law, Siddhanth is in search of the evasive truth, the truth that is a truth only if it can be proved, as is his firm belief.