Shabana hailed from a conservative Muslim background of old Delhi. If she chose to go by the norms, she would have to settle for an arranged match, accept purdah as her lot and crush her ambition. She knew that the times had changed, her icons were Malala Yousafzai and Greta Thunberg, she wanted to make an impact.
Rajat, a film producer, won National award for his film, Zindagi. He was on the lookout for a young actress for his new production, Mulaquat, based on first war of independence of India. Ajit owned Perkin’s Publisher by default. He wanted to time the release of a biography with Rajat’s new film, in which he wanted to portray him as Jekyll-and-Hyde personality. Shabana used her natural talent to be both, Rajat’s heroine and Ajit’s author, in spite of the restrictive clauses of her contractual agreement with them. The war between Rajat and Ajit got dirty, which resulted in murder, suicide, changes in the fortunes, public protests and far more. What happened to Rajat, Shabana and Ajit and those who were affected? To know all, read an edge-of-your-seat thriller, Truth and Lies.