D.K. Malhotra lives a comfortable lifestyle with his wife, Indu, and two school-going daughters, Pinky and Minni. He works in the office of an Architect. One day while the family is relaxing, D.K. gets a phone call that results in him bringing home a young school-going boy by the name of Rahul. Indu is shocked to learn that Rahul is D.K.'s son from another woman, Bhavana, who is no more. D.K. does his best to make Rahul comfortable, but fails. Rahul also feels that Indu does not really like him, though Pinky and Minni have taken to him in a big way. Finally, D.K. decides to admit Rahul in a boarding school in far off Nainital. Rahul reluctantly goes along with this new-found uncle/friend. It is when Rahul is asked to put his papers together for school that Rahul finds out that D.K. is his biological father. Watch what happens when Rahul disappears from D.K.'s house, and the impact this has on D.K., Indu, and her two daughters.
Can this boy destroy your family?
Did You Know?
First movie of Shekhar Kapoor as director. Nephew of Dev Anand, Chetan Anand and Vijay Anand, when he did not find success as an actor, Shekhar Kapoor switched to direction with Masoom. See more
In the scene where D.K. is shown at the Old Boys Meet in Nainital, the song being played in the background is "Have A Cigar" from the 1975 Pink Floyd
album "Wish You Were Here", but earlier it is revealed that the meet was held in 1973. See more
The joy that you get in seeing your son growing young... that much joy we didn't get in your own youth as well
Remake of Man, Woman and Child