Ananda Film & Tele-Communications’ ‘Hasratein’ is an offbeat social saga spanning three generations dealing with infidelity & extra-marital affairs stemming from the family headed by noted exponent of classical music Pandit Din Dayal (Yashwant Dutt) as his wife Sulakshana (Himani Shivpuri) seduces his percussionist Kedar (Bobby Khanna) before the eyes of her daughter Savitri (Baby Sana). When Sulakshana elopes with Kedar, Dayal succumbs to a heart-attack & Savitri grows up in her maternal aunt Madhavi’s (Rita Bhaduri) home with uncle Govind (Ajit Vachani) who has a compulsive roving eye that doesn’t spare even Savitri (Sonal) as she matures. Savitri’s childhood friend Uma (Chaitrali/Sahiba) gets infatuated with stage actor Vishal (Arup Pal) who refuses to marry after impregnating her leading to an abortion. As Savitri observes & absorbs these setbacks, she gets attracted to her childhood friend Satish (Bhuwan Das) whose dominating mother Malati (Mugdha) provokes Satish first to failure followed by suicide. Shyam (Dharmesh Vyas) is so captivated by Savitri that he barges into their home armed with a marriage proposal! But after marriage & a child whom Shyam insists on naming Satish, much against her wishes, his friend Manasi (Ketaki Dave) gets Savitri a job with her concern BB Publicity helmed by Jaman Thakkar (Mukesh Rawal). Jaman is forced into selling his company to an industrialist from Delhi, Krishnakant Trivedi/ K.T. (Harsh Chhaya) who’s instantly hypnotized by Savitri’s charm! K.T. appoints her as his GM & deplores the hypocrisy inherent in Indian society while confessing his love for Savitri. But does Savitri respond to K.T.’s advances & fall into the same trap as her good friend Sushma (Sejal Shah), who’s one of Vishal’s many conquests?