Amidst the vast valleys of Kashmir, a small village, Kangangaon. Belonging to the small village of Kangangaon, Khan Bulandi Khan, a very rich man. One who does not have an heir. To be able to produce an heir, he gets married for the second time, as a result of which, his heart broken first wife ends her life. One day, while on a hunt, Khan finds an abandoned child. 'Shadab' grows into a young man in Khan's house. He finds a mother's affection in Choti Begum, couldn't care less attitude in Khan and yes, love from a girl belonging to the same village called 'Shabnam'. Beyond the valleys, their love reaches new heights each day, but destiny has something else in store for them. Khan sees Shabnam, for the first time, where he had found Shadab and decides that this would be the woman to produce the heir he so badly wants. Khan summons her poor father and finalized the wedding. The day of the wedding, Shadab, who is unaware of the whole issue as he has been working in another village close by, comes dancing in the Baraat. Shabnam who presumes it is Shadab's proposal from Khan's house is getting ready. Khan is bridegroom.
Is this marriage possible?
Can Shabnam & Shadab become one?
The answer is Director Raman Kumar's film.
(From the official press booklet)