A disaffected American - Nepali half Hindu - Muslim boy detours to Kathmandu on his way to find his father who thinks has joined the war in Syria, but his battle against a local don who kills his grandfather grounds him to the reality of his relationships and and in the process he re-connects with his roots, culture and traditions of the Himalayan nation, which he had forgotten and both his external and internal journey changes.
Faisal Mustafa is half Muslim-Hindu, Non-Resident-Nepali living in Los Angeles. Frustrated with what’s going on in America and the western world regarding his faith he prepares to join the war in Syria with his father. Faisal thinks his maternal grandfather is responsible for the separation of his parent and hates him. After he falls in trouble with the law Faisal hastes his departure. He travels to Kathmandu as instructed by a recruiter to avoid American suspicion.
Faisal reaches Kathmandu and learns that his grandfather is working with Namrata, his childhood sweet heart, at a rehabilitation camp. The land mafia run by a local don/want-to-be politician, Abu Mia, needs the land occupied by the camp. His henchman Sher Thapa makes Namrata’s day-to-day life miserable to evict her camp. Faisal sees Sher Thapa abusing Namrata publicly and he can’t help but interfere. Pundit Harshvardhan is Abu’s rival and finds an opportunity to bring down Abu when he learns about Faisal.
Faisal soon lands in the maze of criminal, social and political conspiracy going on in his grandfather’s life and town. His interference jeopardizes his goal but eventually victory changes his life.