This most current play of HUM manages feelings, trust, relations and sensitivity. The plot highlights the life of Gul-e-Rana, raised under the guardianship of her uncle; Gul-e-Rana is altogether different from her cousins and shows the characteristics of a very much prepped and unassuming young lady. Not at all like Gul-e-Rana, her cousin Adeel is a prideful and narcissistic. To him young ladies are simply a method for sit back and delight.

He considers Gul-e-Rana impeccable to wed as she wouldn't have a say in his own life and tries each trap in his book to charm her yet she pays no regard. Baffled by her reaction, Adeel weaves a vile arrangement and traps Gul-e-Rana, abandoning her with a decision to pick amongst him and her respect. What takes after is an account of reprisal and regret. How did Gul-e-Rana fall into Adeel's trap? Will she have the capacity to deal with the circumstance?