Jhooti is the account of Nirma (Iqra Aziz) a guile and authentically insane lower/white collar class whose lone objective in life is to pack a rich man.
To get this going, she will lie, cheat, take and even execute (an unborn child).
The show starts with Nirma’s life at home. Her father cherishes her indiscriminately so is unaware of her conspiring ways however her mother, more seasoned sibling (alongside his significant other Zubia Bhabhi), and her more youthful sibling are all on to Nirma.
Everybody around her circle is as a rule, powerless, in light of the fact that whenever somebody attempts to prevent her from taking or conspiring, Nirma creates an uproar by shouting for help and blaming the individual for truly manhandling her. (This, as you can envision, makes for some noisy scenes and keeping in mind that I had the option to persevere through an ear-splitting Iqra Aziz in Suno Chanda I was not all that excited about a screechy Iqra Aziz in Jhooti).
Nirma isn’t only a bad dream at home. Out in reality, she’s no better. She has a similarly invested companion with whom she as often as possible plots on the most proficient method to sack a rich buddy so life can be luxurious