Anshuman, heir to the Rathod mansion, was engaged in marriage by his father to little Paakhi when they were just children. The tension between the two families made Paakhi regret to live with his fiancée at the house of his future in-laws. Over time, Anshuman marries a girl of her choice when he is of age, but she dies in a car accident and leaves him with a son named Ayan. The time passes and Anshuman decides to marry again with Tanya, the daughter of a rich businessman. But when the news of his commitment to Paakhi is exposed, he goes in search of her to dissolve it and thus commit to Tanya. What Anshuman was not expecting is that Paakhi has no plans to dissolve such a commitment and therefore he makes a plan with his sister to achieve his goals. Anshuman and his sister try to tease Pakhi and intimidate her into accepting the dissolution, but Paakhi does not give up and Anshuman begins to fall in love with her.
This will only be the beginning of a myriad of situations that will test the love between our two protagonists, Anshuman and Paakhi.