The story of the film is loving pair of self-willed snakes (Ichhadhaari Naag) who are departed by a cruel Tantrik - the black magic man. The black-magician wants to obtain the rare precious gem known as Mani, with whose help he could reach Amar Kund and have both to get rid of a curse of a woman, whose child he had killed. She had cursed him that he would die with leprosy after fifteen years.
To avoid the Tantrik, the pair of self-willed snakes became small children and merger with the crowds in a fair. The boy snake Nagesh meets a boy Kamal who resembles with him and who is a son of a rich man. Tantrik kidnaps Kamal thinking that he is Nagesh - the snake boy. Similarly Nagesh is taken to the rich man's house by his servants assuming that he is Kamal. The snake girl, Mohini, reaches the gypsy father and his son who are street singers. The Tantrik when comes to know of his mistake, wants to kill Kamal but the wife of the Tantrik saves his life and adopts him as her son. The time moves on. Nagesh, Mohinia and Kamal become young. Mohini dances in streets in search of her lost lover Nagesh. And Nagesh is in search of Mohini as well as Nagesh also, because he has taken an oath that he would help Kamal's parents to meet their lost son; till then he would stay there with them as their son Kamal.
Kamal, who remains with Tantrik as his son, thanks to the mercy of his wife, is also in search of self-willed snake. He also tries to get the precious gem-Mani for the Tantrik. How does the lost memory of Kamal come back? How Tantrik fails to get the Mani? How the departed lovers meet after a long period? If you want to see the story of a continuous clash between good and bad, lies and truth with your own eyes, you must see- Nisha Manish Arts' movie in colour Naach Naagin Gali Gali at the silver screen.
(From the official press booklet)