EEMAN is the story of this girl “Eeman”, who has come with a message all the way from USA, that friendship, love, kinship and family is the biggest asset of any society and not the economic advancement. The society which is sound economically but does not have family system, values, norms, love and care will fall apart.
Eeman negates the American dream and rather projects and pampers our very own Pakistani dream. Aazi Ullah wants to go to America and make it big; he believes that he can’t do much here. He has befriended an American girl and hopes that she will get him on the plane to The States soon, but Catherine on the other hand lands in Pakistan.
Will she ever come to know that Aazi had means to achieve through her? How will Aazi family treat Catherine?? How will Aazi deal with the social pressure? Most importantly would he ever be able to come out of this illusion that for him America is the answer. Will his belief (Eeman) in our own system be restored?