Many are the ways and means used by man for personal advancement and in search of happiness. The world of Seth Dindayal is centered around his pretty daughter Sarita, his fast-talking wife and his prosperous automobile business. In his private life, he is ably served by his philosopher driver Vilaiti and his close-sticking mate Chamki. The house of Din Dayal is always a gay, wit-infested place where either the Seth and his wife are engaged in a witty duel, or where Vilaiti and Chamki never pass an opportunity by to amuse themselves in the most original ways. All that needs to make Seth Dayals happiness complete is a son-in-law. And then suddenly, out of the blue appears a handsome, rugged, quick-fisted young man called Deepak, younger brother of Seth Dayal's office manager Ramesh. Like all collegians, Deepak is full of mischief of which, his brother Ramesh does not all approve, but he has the advantage of being well looked after by his sister-in-law Mrs. Ramesh. To Deepak, she is the elder sister he never had and mother he never saw. So great is the love and affection prevailing in Ramesh's house-hold that it over-rules every other sentiment. Soon, Deepak is introuduced to Sarita's parents who are much impressed by his comely presence and gentlemanly bearing. And all might have gone well had not there appeared on this happy scene, a devil in disguise, a suave, double-talking, ruthless dago called Khanna. The fact is that Khanna and Seth Din Dayal were once pirates infesting the Eastern seas with their head-quarters in Burma. But whereas Seth Din Dayal had renounced his evil ways and settled in Bombay building up soon a very prosperous business, Khanna had not. Shrewdly assesing the situation, Khanna now sees a gold-mine in Din Dayal. Holding the threat of exposure above his head. Khanna now begins his grabbing process. First a cushy job as the firms manager, then a half partnership in the business, and then at last the demand of Saritas hand in marriage!