With its many twists and turns, Maan Jao Naa is a light-hearted romantic comedy. The story revolves around today’s youth and their interpretation of love and life. The story revolves around the center character of a girl who does not believe in the institution of marriage nor the implications of love.
Maan Jao Naa with its well-paced screenplay is a complete family picture. Rania, the center character, believes marriage is a trap, where the girl is forced to change her entire life to only get sorrow and pain in the process. Needless to say, she does not believe in love but enjoys a flamboyant relationship with friends Faris, Asim and Sara. Her family hoping to change her views decide to arrange her marriage with her cousin Gujji but it backfires and she runs away from home with the help of her friends. In the process, her strong headedness drives a wedge between her and her friends as well and only then a journey of self-realization makes her question her very beliefs.
Rania’s journey of developing an emotional understanding of live, love and friends through the support of her family and close friends coupled with plot twists and turns all through the movie brings about a truly entertaining film.