Aida gets bad treatment for her refusal of a marriage proposal as her suitor throws acid over her face. Her own envious sister-in-law abets the criminal and later starts an illicit relationship with him. Aida goes through a miserable time and experiences a hard social and domestic life. The only light in her life is her fiancé who stands by her and both are finally able to put the offender behind bars.
Areej; a nurse belonging to a middle-class family goes through intense trauma when her daughter Damsa is kidnapped while going to school and brought to a gang. The gang forces kidnapped children to beggary with the abetment of local police. Areej must look for all the possible ways to find her daughter and bring peace back to her family. In doing so, the mother discovers immense strength in herself while putting her family and everything else at stake.
Cheekh explains that there are only two ways: to stand for the truth and the right path or choose the wrong way. It depicts how standing for truth and justice can bring misery and agony for someone. Had she opted for silence over her friend’s death, Mannat would have enjoyed all the pleasures of her life but she chose the road not often taken.