Hadbahedi. a small but beautiful town, is forward looking but honest. It competes for resources and recognition with a neighbouring corrupt town, Triphala. Hadbahedians believe that they have been totally neglected by the state and seek an identity. They are lead in this endeavour, by Arun, the local newspaper's proprietor. Things brighten when they discover that Rishi / Chintu Kapoor was actually born in their village 55 years back. A grand welcome follows. Chintu arrives with Devika Malhotra, his young and dynamic PR agent. He is a nuisance at Hadbabedi and treats the innocent people of Hadbahedi with contempt. The brattish and obnoxious behavior of Chintuji is in stark contrast to the genial, innocent nature of the townies. Arun and Devika get along well, their romance blossoming, while ruthless Chintu is falling prey to the tempting monetary and political offer made by Triphala. The town by now has started getting the media and government's attention due to Chintu's stay in Hadbahedi. However, he continues to play havoc with the lives of the people. Chintu with the tempting offer from Triphala, on one side, and Arun-Devika with the townfolk on the other, are at the middle of a see-saw climax, while concurrently, Arun's past unfolds for the audience. Does Chintu Ji really deserve the 'Ji'? Are the townies disillusioned in their love for their superstar Chintu Ji?