‘Gagh’ a Pashto word that translates to ailan or proclamation, even though illegal is an ongoing kabayali pathan rasm through which marriage is enforced by firing at a girl’s home.

Sang E Mah revolves around the concept of gagh and encompasses the enactment of law to combat this tradition.

Along with highlighting gagh, the tale of Sang E Mah comprises of a transcendent tale of love, and retribution between a father and son.