Pollination is a gripping short story about the controversial surrogate industry in India. Seeta, a mid 20s pauper, spends her days hustling flowers on the busy streets of her lower-class neighborhood in Bengaluru. Her quest to obtain financial freedom in her impoverished town is a daily struggle, and she feels trapped within her current means. With information and persuasion from a close friend Radha, Sita finds herself at the doorsteps of family hospital, which runs a surrogate facility for foreign couples who are unable to carry a child themselves. Sita contemplates the weight of this decision, but having reached rock bottom, Sita's decision has made itself. The next day, Sita is completes the procedure of IVF embryo transfer of an American couple and will spend the next 9 months carrying their child in return for Rupees 200,000 . As the child develops inside her, Sita feels a strong desire to keep the child after birth, and is tortured to know that soon she will have to depart with the tiny life inside her that she has held so closely, having shared the same blood and body for so long. 7 months into her pregnancy, Sita gets news that the American couple have decided to separate and are no longer willing to pay the remaining balance for their child, which they have decided to disregard. Sita is now forced to make some difficult decisions. What will she choose?