Director: Raja Paranjpe; Writer: Bhalji Pendharkar; Cinematographer: Vasant Shinde; Editor: Baburao Bhosle; Cast: Baburao Pendharkar, Raja Gosavi, Suryakant Mandhre, Smita, Jayshree Gadkar, Sheela, Manmohan, Ramesh Deo, Madhav Salokhe, Ganpat Patil, Sulochana Kale.
Abasaheb Sarnoubat is a rich farmer from Pawangad. He has respect for the old customs and values. Abasaheb plans a piligrimage but before that he goes to see his bosom friend Nanasaheb Powar at Pune. The two friends meet after a long period. They exchange thoughts and fun - even decide to form a relationship between the two families. Accordingly, Nanasaheb's daughter, Sulabha would marry to Abasaheb's son, Balasaheb, a graduate youth who has taken up to agriculture. However, Sulabha is a modern, undergraduate girl. She is reluctant to accept the the proposal without meeting Balasaheb. At last, Abasaheb and Nanasaheb suggest Sulabha to got to Pawangad to see Balasaheb. Sulabha goes to Pawangad alongwith her closs friend, Rekha. On the way, they exchange their identities for the sake of fun. Amusingly, Balasaheb also exchange his identity with his friend, Jaisingh. Their attempts to fool each others, turns into love affairs but with wrong matches. The girls return to Pune. Meanwhile, Abasaheb also returns from his piligrimage and halts at Pune. Sulabha and Rekha informs him about the proposal. He is shocked to know the choices of the girls. Meanwhile, Balasaheb sends a message that he wanted to marry `Rekha' instead of `Sulabha'. Abasaheb and Nanasaheb understand the situation and decide to teach lesson to the fun-making youngsters. They play several tricks which brings the youngsters back to their senses. Obviously, the matter ends on a happy note: Balasaheb and Jaisingh getting married to their respective brides.