Ramin, who is studying in India, learns of his father’s death and returns home to Tehran for the funeral ceremony. He, however, brings along an Indian girl named Sita Swami. Based on Hindu tradition, Sita is considered as Ramin’s wife, but according to the Islamic tradition, they are not yet legally married. Ramin’s mother insists that Sita must first convert to Islam and give assent to the marriage contract. Sita evades conversion while Ramin encourages her to study about Islam and become a Muslim if she became interested. Sita begins to experience soma changes in herself in addition to the suspicious incidents that takes place in Ramin’s family. Eventually, Ramin and Sita, each having their own religion and cultural identity, start a challenging journey in search of truth and a real understanding of love.