Kokan in 1930's was witnessed to an incredible story of love, sacrifice, passion and values. Haridada was the head of the Damle Family. After demise of his father, Haridada took all the responsibilities of his family on his strong shoulders. Getting his sister married, raising his three children and educating his younger brother were never looked at as his responsibility. Haridada loved doing it.
When Mahadev, Haridada's younger brother was doing his last year of Law Haridada decided to get a bride for him, Durga- later named Uma became the apple of everybody's eyes.
Finally Durga was 13years old when her marriage was arranged. She at first thought that Haridada was the groom and liked him at a first glance. She got married to Mahadev but tragedy stuck when Mahadev succumbed on the very night when their marriage was solemnized.
Widows in those days used to be ostracized and isolated, their head was shaven bald and were not allowed to take part in any rituals. Uma too was victim of these rituals but the day her head was to be shaven Haridada put his foot down and refused to follow any rituals, which would isolate Uma.
He stood by her rock solid in all her difficulties. There were doubts raising about his intentions, not just in the minds of others but also in the minds of his own family members. Last straw was when even his wife started to doubt his integrity.
Years Later she realized her mistake and asked Haridada to marry Uma. Haridada laughed and to stop tongues wagging got his son married so that another woman's presence in the house will also stop gossip mongers.
But One day fate struck a cruel blow and Haridada had no choice but to stop talking to Uma. Uma who by this time idealized Haridada couldn't take it and started sinking. Nothing and nobody could shake Haridada's resolve. Until Haridada's own son took up against his father.
Haridada had no option but to come out with the truth. A truth which shocked everyone including Uma. What was the shocking truth? Did Haridada break his vow? Did he accept Uma the way she was? Did society accept the shocking truth?