'Love is living,' an interesting ideal for a rich young man, Jai and he certainly made the best of his motto. When mistaken for a well-known singer a cultural function, he faced an angry audience with gusto, and quickly won them over and, in the bargain, won over the heart of pretty Arti. A whirlwind of romance followed, punctuated by delightful pranks that only young lovers could think of. Culmination of this romance into wedded bliss seemed to be merely a matter of time. When fate intervened in the shape of a fatal automobile accident. An elderly man came under the wheels of Jai's car, and it was impossible for him to avoid the accident. The man was killed on the spot. Little did Jai
know that he had been instrumental in killing his beloved's father.
From the role of a rich, young, playboy Jai jerked to the realities of the world as it really is. A girl he loved dearly refused to even look at him ... the father he idolished was merely a foster parent ... A young college girl fell into the clutches of an evil man ... A brother-in-law, who had a secret life ... and a devoted woman whom any man would be proud to call 'Ma,' these were the persons who became pawns on the chess board of Jai's life. These were the reasons that made a shamble of Jai's beliefs and these were the persons whom would all be proud to call Jai their own. How each individually, and how they all collectively, affected Jai's loves and Jai's life forms the gripping human drama that is "AAYA SAWAN JHOOMKE" as rich an experience as the screen has ever before brought forward.