Jafar Khan, the son of Haj Akbar, returns from America. When his father sees his unconventional appearance he realizes he will need to use fire and water to make Jafar look presentable. The father's efforts are unsuccessful because the government gives Jafar room to put his ideas into practice. Jafar becomes an agent for making Jafarabad, which has been renamed as Newjef, into an industrial city and a space where the residents can be put to work implementing Jafar's programs making his ideal society. When Haj Akbar is unable to bring Jafar in line and learns he has married a Americaan girl, he has a heart attack and on Jafar's advice is sent an asylum instead of a hospital. However the psychologist decides to look after him at home. In his father's absence Jafar Khan implements his programs. With help from the psychologist and the hospital doctor Haj Akbar regains his health and musters opposition to Jafar. After Jafar sets the people of the village against each other, the country ...