Kash, a playwright, is obsessively in love with his childhood friend Karen. Kash silently expresses his love for Karen by writing plays for her and she returns his admiration by acting in them. Their endearing friendship falls apart when Karen rejects Kash infuriating him to such an extent that he refuses to see her again. After the rejection, he isolates himself from everyone and gradually falls into a depression. A robotic society offers Kash an opportunity to live with a humanoid companion and in return that society wants him to introduce their robots to the world via the means of theatre. Kash accepts the invitation and creates a robot that looks exactly like Karen. He prepares a new show with the humanoid look-alike of Karen and presents her in front of a live audience.
Exploring the effect of “social media culture” on real human relationships, and asking the question “can a robot replace true human, face to face relationships.” Version 2.0 comments on the superficiality of the modern society and highlights the effects of social media on the nature of relationships.