Romantic tales of Romeo-Juliet, Laila-Majnu are viewed as incredible for exhibiting the enthusiasm, the agony and the possible detachment of darlings. Be that as it may, this very thought of miserable endings is the thing that our hero Bittu (Vishal Vashishtha) can’t help contradicting. Speaking to the defiant way of today’s childhood, he needs to change the prevalent view with his own, that each romantic tale must have an upbeat completion as it were.
While on the opposite side of the range is Munni (Madirakshi Mundle) who lives in the shadows of her siblings. An existence which is exceedingly secured, pretend and without any men.
At the point when the way of Independent lighthearted Bittu crosses with Timid and Shy Munni there will undoubtedly be firecracker, in this way making Jaat ki Jugni a Visphotak Prem Kahani
The fruitful TV Producer Rashmi Sharma makes this hazardous story in the heartland of Jaats with every one of the elements of a potboiler. From activity to amusingness to dramatization to feeling and a group cast of famous TV faces, Rinku Karmarkar, Yash Tonk, Richa Soni and Rakesh Pandey among others.