This plot seems to revolve around Tony, a singer who finally achieves success and marries his fiancée. However, his record contract contains a clause that prevents him from being married for two years. This clause is designed to allow the record company to use false gossip as part of a promotional strategy.
The record company spreads false news about Tony's love life, including imaginary relationships with a Japanese actress and the famous singer Mina. These rumours alarm Tony's wife, who fears that her husband is betraying their marriage because of the slanderous rumours.
This situation creates a series of conflicts and misunderstandings in the lives of the young couple. The story seems to deal with issues of injustice, media manipulation and how the media can negatively influence people's lives, including in the family sphere. It will be interesting to see how the couple handles this challenge and whether they can overcome it together.