The film is about the wedding between the son of the village Zamindar, Dileep and the eldest daughter of his accountant, Parvati. Dileep is the only son of the Zamindar, so the wedding is very grand. No one in the village has ever seen anything of this scale. There is unlimited meat and liquor for all, every person in the village is invited, the village is decorated in lights and there are fireworks shooting upward every few seconds, in the sky.
Everyone is dressed their best, the women are jealous that a girl as simple looking as Parvati is set to marry the most eligible man in town. Kumar, Maniya and Abhishek, three best friends who have known both known Parvati and Dileep since childhood, though not very closely, are loitering around Dileep’s extravagantly decorated house. They sit on a bench nearby, estimating the expense of the wedding when Maniya spots Dileep and Parvati discreetly walking in a narrow lane behind them. Shocked at seeing the newly married couple out on a street so late in the night, they decide to follow them.
They’re utterly shocked to see Dileep taking his wife to her house and leaving her there. What unfolds is a tragic ending to something that started off as a fairy-tale wedding, reasons deeply rooted in ignorance, false sense of pride and honor.