By Sarathi Guha(03 Apr 2008)
A Hindu government serviceman comes to a muslim colony along with his wife, daughter Mou and son Raju. His wife is an anti-Islam fanatic. The inmates of that colony behave well with the family, including the milkman Harun Miya. Raju is fond of a person Sirajuddin Mohammad of the colony. Sirajuddin also loves Raju. In a school programme, Raju and Mou meet Siraj. Siraj loves Mou and Raju as his children because he had lost his own family. Mou and Raju also admire and respect Siraj as their father calling him 'Abbajan'. Their mother does not like their intimacy with Siraj but their father doesnt mind the relationship. Mou's friend Rama has a brother Pradip who likes Mou. Nobody likes Mou's friendship with Siraj though it is a parent-child relationship. Mou's mother reveals her displeasure to Siraj who keeps himself away from Mou and Raju. At the time of finalisation of Mou's marriage with Pradip, Pradip's father demands dowry which Mou's father is unable to give due to which Mou's marriage is called off. When Siraj comes to know this, he offers to meet the demands of Pradip's parents. On the day of wedding Siraj's affection for Mou comes out in the open and everyone regrets the behavior meted out to Siraj. Finally Siraj gives off the bride in the Hindu style.