Shubhaarambh: A single shoe is meaningless without its pair, just like a perfect stitch requires a sui and a dhaaga or an earing that loses significance without its other half. These things not just complement each other but are perfect together! Just like Raja (played by Akshit Sukhija) and Rani (played by Mahima Makwana). Situated in a small town of Gujarat, Raja and Rani come from opposite backgrounds; while Raja is born in the lap of luxury, Rani leads a humble life. All is well until a tragedy hits Raja’s family when he loses his father and is left at the behest of his paternal uncle and aunt. At a young age, Raja is made to take responsibility for his entire family on his shoulders and support his mother. Apart from taking care of his father’s suiting and shirting business, Raja looks after his entire family and leads a life by their principles. But the only thing that is missing in his life is ambition and he doesn’t realise it until Rani enters his life. Rani, on the other hand is a flamboyant girl who belongs to a humble family. Her father is an alcoholic while her mother pulls out all the strings to make ends meet. Such adverse conditions never dampened Rani’s self-confidence and her eyes are always full of dreams. But whenever she tries to take a big step towards the betterment of her own and family’s future, everyday challenges anchor her steps to the ground. Until she meets Raja and rediscovers her inner strength. An eager beaver Rani ignites the spark in the otherwise directionless Raja and together they create magic and do a Shubhaarambh for this new life.