Sita (Kajal Agarwal) is a strong-minded, manipulative, selfish and egoistic young woman who will go to any lengths to get what she wants. She buys land where few slum people were staying. She approaches MLA Basavaraju (Sonu Sood) to help her evacuate those people from her land. Smitten by Sita's beauty, Basavaraju proposes marriage to her in return for his favor. But she refuses since Basavaraju is already married. He asks her to Live-in with him for a month and Sita agrees. She even signs a contract. However, after Basavaraju fulfills his end of the promise, Sita rudely declines to stay with him and this angers the MLA. He creates several economical obstacles for her and she starts to desperately look around for money. Sadly, she hears the news about her father's death but also feels happy that she can now get his 5000 crore properties. Her financial issues can be solved. However, she finds out that she only inherited her mother's mangalsutra and everything else is given to a man named Ram (Srinivas Bellamkonda), who lives in a Monastery in Bhutan. She decides to meet Ram and get his signatures on transfer papers. On the other hand, Sita's father tells Ram that someday Sita will come for him and till then he needs to take care of himself. Ram loves, respects and worships Sita while she looks at him as a key to her property. A series of funny incidents unfold while Sita tries to get the money from Ram. Will Sita ever realize Ram's innocence and love? Will she win against Basavaraju? The movie tells the tale of Sita and how Ram's influence will change her perspective on life.