Fatmawati (Niniek L Karim) is a 70-year old fussy grandma who lives with her son, Aditya (Lukman Sardi}, daughter in-law and two grandchildren. Fatmawati dearly loves Aditya and is very proud of her only son whom she raised on her own. Wherever she goes, she always boasts her son's achievement as an excellent university professor. One day, Fatmawati finds out that her family will send her to a nursing home. The revelation deeply saddens and devastates her. While walking on the street, she stumbles upon a photo studio: "Forever Young." She plans to take her self-portrait for her not-so-far-off funeral but something strange happens. After her portrait is taken, Fatmawati mysteriously looks 20 years old again. Fatmawati considers to starting over her life and making up for all the lost youthful years she spent taking care of her family. Fatmawati renames herself Mieke after her all-time favorite actress, Mieke Wijaya. Mieke got the chance to pursue a career as a singer. It was something that she could not do when she was young as she had to take care of her only son after her husband passed away. Although living her life as the young Mieke, there is nothing different about the way Fatmawati acts, the way she talks and her fashion taste is just like a 70-year old grandma. Her distinct style captures the heart of a music producer. Aside from the music producer, her own grandson, Juna (Kevin Julio), falls in love with Fatmawati after listening to her charming voice. One occurrence forces Mieke to make a choice on whether to resume her life as Mieke or return to be the old Fatmawati to save the life of her grandson, Juna.