Aditya is of a shy nature. He is into his dad's business of sanitary ware but thinks too much before taking any decision. Also he is looking for a traditional girl as modern girl doesn't suits him.
Together they celebrate life and live every moment like it's their last. For them every moment is precious and a dull moment is a moment lost. All the fun and frolic activities take a drastic shape when four of them decide to teach a lesson to a retailer shop who tried to sexually harass Devi.
While they pick him up and are on their way to an isolated place, they come across an evil SHO Chautala (Jimmy Shergill). Gaurav uses his physical powers along with political background to shut him off but Chautala, as he is witty and only home ministry could order him (as he says in the scenes), traps them by killing the retailer and asks them for a big ransom amount. The more they try to get out of the mud, the deeper they sink into it.
What we come across is that director Sadanand tries to end up things in a ‘Rang De Basanti' mode. However, without getting into the comparison department, there are other loopholes, which attained more of my attention like the sub plots. Is it about the eve teasing, or male escorts are the subject matter for director? Is it about exposing the nexus which is running the country or simply a story of four friends who want to get rid of the problems?