Her champagne eyes, infectious smile and abounding idealism make Priya an adorable teenager, who earns a special spot in the heart of the Mother Superior at her convent school when she confesses that she would like to become a nun. Take a few sips of life before you decide, the kind mother surrogate wisely advises, but she is touched by the young girl's fervour. Not just touched but totally smitten by Priya's unself-conscious attractions. Thomas, the foreign-returned nephew of the Mother Superior who drops in to see his aunt and falls in love with Priya instead. Enter Deva, the honey-tongued barber whom the lovelorn Thomas commissions to play Cupid's emissary. But surprise, instead of diverting Priya's lofty visions towards the dapper young businessman willing to lay the world at her feet, Deva finds himself getting drawn into the alluring web of her irresistible charm. The dramatic love tangle that follows make for a few unusual twists and turns shot against brilliant backdrops that heighten the tempo and keep the audience glued to their seats till all ends well. Does Thomas succeed in winning Priya over? Does Deva let his interpersonal conflict come in the way of his mission, or does Priya clamp her ebullience and don the nun's habit to renounce the world? The answers lie in Sapnay.