A young mute girl from Pakistan loses herself in India with no way to head back. A devoted man with a magnanimous spirit undertakes the task to get her back to her motherland and unite her with her family.
Separated at birth, after 28 years Bhai and Jaan grow up to be as different from each other as can be. While Bhai is outspoken and a little bit of a troublemaker a daring costume designer, Jaan is quite shy and timid. After years of being apart, fate brings the two brothers together and things take an interesting turn.
Filmmakers Shabani Hassanwalia and Samreen Farooqui are coming up with a documentary on Salman Khan and his stardom. The documentary titled, “Being Bhaijaan” explores how ideas of masculinity in India are tied to Salman Khan fandom. It tries to understand what eco-blockbuster-manufactured machismo has on the Indian male already struggling with his identity in a globalized world. Being Bhaijaan is the story of a Salman Khan look-alike Shan Ghosh and his two fans Balram and Bhaskar