Raj, a gadget-happy, city kid from Bombay comes to the boondocks to spend the summer with his country grandparents thinking "Boy, is this going to be boring.” Little realizing the amazing adventures he’ll get into with Yamini, the cool magic-trick-wielding next-door-neighbor girl, and a talking dove named Snuggles (who used to be a human astrologer). After finding an astrological chart of mystical intent, our three heroes must solve its riddles in order to find a playful blue spirit named Chetan. Seems Chetan has been trapped as the guardian of a giant supernatural ruby for a hundred hundred years, and Raj and Yamini must free him after evading a cavern full of flying swords, a giant fire-breathing Hell Hound and a dragon maze complete with an ocean of drowning water, little realizing that the ruby is being hunted for by a mysterious hooded figure and his reckless minions Tej and Rajkumar. The kids think Chetan is the “funniest” new friend they’ve ever met.
When the ruby is stolen by the hooded one, it’s discovered that he is really Zatain, the ancient nine-headed serpent sorcerer bent on universal domination. Only by entering the ruby itself, which is a labyrinth of reflections fraught with certain death, and fighting a magical battle which transforms Chetan from a little fun-loving spirit into his true form: an all-powerful force for good, can the kids and their spirit friend defeat Zatain and save the world from darkness. The best part is that they have fun the whole time, too.