All is fair in love and war. When an ugly girl, Putri, finds out that the love of her life is getting married to her own friend. She will do anything it takes to get him back in her arms. She turns to the black magic practice of using susuk to lure Adi into her clutches.
As Adi starts to fall for the new Putri, his marriage with Nuraini gets jeopardised Using Susuk allows one’s beauty to be enhanced at the price of their freedom. It comes with its restrictions such as not to walk under hanging clothes or walk near open soil. If the user breaks the rules, not only does the needle lose their effect, they become vulnerable to demons and spirits lurking for a new vessel.
All doesn’t go well for Putri as her bad luck causes her to break her charm on Adi. She becomes desperate and attempts to remove Nuraini from the equation.