Young Nanhe [Dwij Yadav], a 10-year-old kid, is the breadwinner of his family. He lives in Jaisalmer, Rajasthan with his mother and sister. Nanhe's room is full of colorful pictures and posters of his favorite movie star -- Bobby Deol.
Nanhe is a diehard Bobby Deol fan. He watches every film of his. He communicates to Bobby through letters written by his elder sister. Nanhe lives, eats, breathes, talks about his friend all the while. And one sunny morning, Nanhe comes face to face with his idol in the desert.
Faith and imagination that's what keep us going. Faith and imagination what would we do without them? Young or old, rich or poor, it is our faith that fuels our imagination; our imagination that realizes our faith? Young Nanhe speaks four foreign languages, but he's an 'angootha chaap'! He?s all of ten years old, but he's the sole breadwinner for his family. He lives in arid Rajasthan, but his room is as full of colourful posters, as his imagination is full of vivid dreams. But unlike other ten year olds his dreams are not fickle? not likely to change from day to day. Nanhe has just one dream? just one constant hope that keeps him dimpling through the hardships of life.
That one day he will meet his dost, his best friend, actor Bobby Deol! He makes his sister Suman write a letter to his dost everyday ; sharing all his news, his big battles, his little triumphs. He sees each and every film of his dost. His room is filled with cuttings and photographs of his dost. He lives, breathes, talks ? dost. All of Nanhe's waking moments are consumed by his dost. In his sleep, too, he dreams only of his dost. Then one day, one fantastic day, Nanhe actually comes face to face with his dost ? Bobby Deol! And Nanhe's life changes forever.