A vegetable seller spoils his foster son, Momon, who grows up to be an immature man. He is in love with Ida but her father wants her to marry a company director to help pay off his debts. Momon’s grandfather comes to the rescue by giving Momon his inheritance. As a comedy, the jokes of Suhaimi as the maid, and D. Harris as the chauffer, work well in tandem. Boes Boestami gets his first chance as a leading actor, and he succeeds admirably.