On the day of Adarsh and Swadheenta’s wedding, a bomb blast takes place in their wedding venue. Adarsh’s younger brother is killed and Swadheenta’s brother is the prime suspect. The love, which was to culminate in their wedding, turns into a protracted legal battle in court.
Adarsh and Swadheenta’s goals are the same, but their paths are different. While they are both dedicated to fighting corruption, Adarsh does it as an officer, from within the administrative system, while Swadheenta, as a lawyer, fights against the system. Their love is based on mutual respect for each other and each other’s work. They also share the same ideology as Adarsh’s mom, Suhasini is Swadheenta’s mentor. Swadheenta lives with her father’s best friend’s family and is extremely close to them, especially to their son, Asad, whom she treats like a brother. In a twist to the love story, it is revealed that there is a likely terrorist attack in the city on the day of their wedding and their wedding venue is the site where the bomb has been planted. The terrorists had befriended Asad on the sly and got access to the venue through him. Despite efforts to locate it, the bomb detonates, killing Adarsh’s police officer brother, Abhay. Asad is the chief suspect and he is shot dead by the police. Now his family faces trial. Representing Asad’s family in court is Swadheenta, who knows deep within her heart that her brother was not a terrorist and hence was wrongly killed. Representing Abhay’s family in court is his mother, Suhasini, who is burning with revenge to bring her son’s killers to book. Two women who were to become mother-in-law and daughter-in-law are now on the opposite sides of the law fighting a bitter legal battle against each other……Will the world learn the truth about Asad? And if they do, will Adarsh and Swadheenta finally come together in marriage?