Aditya's family is unable to understand Antara's condition and assume her to be mentally ill. They tell Aditya that he has made a mistake by adopting Antara and he must send her back to the orphanage. But Aditya makes it clear that he can never think of giving up Antara. Meanwhile, Sameer's father too thinks that Aditya broke their trust by lying about Antara. But Sameer stays firm on his decision to marry Aarti.
The story is about Antara who is an autistic child. Antara’s mother Anuradha who is a single mother, dies in an accident, so Antara’s father Aditya Verma brings her home. Aditya’s wife Vidya is unable to accept his illegitimate child. She even leaves the house with their son Abhishek. Everyone blames Antara for the family’s upheaval, but Aditya continues to love Antara unconditionally in spite of discovering the fact that Antara is autistic. He is supported by his only friend Sameer. Aditya’s sister Aarti who is married to Sameer dislikes Antara. Eventually, Vidya returns home and is unable to stop herself from showering her love on Antara. The neighbors and relatives don’t accept Antara because of her autism. Vidya’s childhood friend Dr. Vikram is Antara’s therapist. He also stands by Vidya whenever she is in need. Abhishek’s childhood friend Billu, who grows fond of Antara despite his mother’s attempts to keep him away from Antara. Abhishek dislikes the extra attention given to Antara.He feels ignored and hates Antara. Aditya dies due to cancer, entrusting Antara to Vidya. Vidya struggles to make the ends meet and tries her best protect Antara from the cruel world. The story highlights the challenges faced by an autistic child and her family in the society.