The Call of two young hearts smitten with love... Prem and Suman... he, the son of multimillionaire Kishen... and she, the daughter of ordinary motor mechanic Karan... Prem and Suman run into each other and cultivate mutual liking which culminates into love. Losing themselves in the whirlwind of love-laden dreams they sing and dance, happy like skylarks with hopes verging on fulfilment. Prem's mother has already accepted Suman as her prospective daughter-in-law. However, social prejudice comes in way of Prem and Suman's love. Kishen not only injures the loving hearts, but also rudely insults Karan, his childhood friend. Love becomes a hapless victim of class differences.
Prem and Suman are torn apart. Karan takes his daughter back to the village and Prem gives up the riches of his father and follows her. An irate Karan confronts Prem and lays down the condition that unless Prem earns two thousand rupees a month on his own, he would not allow the marriage of his daughter with him. Prem accepts the condition and asserts that he would earn two thousand rupees in a month, staying right in the village. The young lovers brave the hazards and struggle hard to overcome the onslaught of class hatred and succeed in realizing their dream of love.