Sparks fly when Naira's intelligent and perceptive cousin, Mishti, meets the idealistic and carefree Abeer, But the two are blissfully unaware, making the audience root for them to acknowledge and finally fall in love.
But the impediments in their path are quite a few - Abeer's domineering mother, Meenakshi and Mishti's greedy father - Naman etc. Coincidentally, both their fathers left them as children leading both to yearn for parental affection in their youth. Apart from than Mishti and Abeer are chalk and cheese. Abeer is eager to escape Meenakshi's control over the family, while Mishti rallies around her adoptive mother, Rajshri. A matrimonial alliance brings Abeers's younger brother Kunal and Mishti's younger sister Kuhu together, but Meenakshi intervenes and and shrewdly chooses Mishti over Kuhu for Kunal, creating great conflicts between the families.
The strategic choice leaves Kuhu heartbroken and Abeer furious. Kunal handles the situation but Mishti is aghast. Never known to take a harsh decisions and firmly believing that the right to choose the life partner needs to be more deliberate than impulsive, Mishti argues that relationships are best judged when they are lived. And to live a relationship one needs to explore it first. She requests her family and Meenakshi for period of marital courtship before both can affirm that this is indeed the perfect relationship for both. Her request shocks the fundamentals of Meenakshi's life, which demands an individual's sacrifice at the alltar of family's collective good. Will Meenakshi bite the bullet or will Mishti will reined in ?