By Divya Solgama(18 Apr 2008)
Youth is proud. Youth is often amateur and insensitive to the problems of the old. In the pride of youth, one tends to forget that at some juncture in life, they will also traverse through the same lanes and by lanes of old age and physical wilt. But Shahshank (Jimmy Shergill) has a more mature perspective towards life. He treats senior citizens with care, love, affection and respect. He caresses their souls with his soothing touch of polite words and compassionate deeds. On the other hand there are those who treat their own parents with disrespect and contempt. This is the story of three such senior citizens - Iqbal Khan (Kader Khan), Chanderkant Mehta (Prem Chopra) and Rajpal Singh (Satish Kaushik) based in U.K, who are insensitively treated as servants by their own children. Humiliated and insulted, the three are left feeling defeated and hopeless, waiting for the inevitable end. They help Shashank in fixing his marriage with Sapna, but soon Shashank is framed for the murder of Victoria, the owner of the restaurant where he works. How does Shashank prove his innocence?