The feisty Vedika (Bhumi) smites Abhinav Tyagi alias Chintu Tyagi (Kartik), a government employee from Kanpur if her parents meet each other as a future match. Soon, the knot is bound. The couple seems to have good marriage happiness until they go into life with Tapasya Singh (Ananya). To Chintu's otherwise worldly existence it adds a dash of sass and spice. He is now looking for a plot to start a workshop in Delhi, with the young girl in Kanpur. It's the first time. Chintu turns a yarn when he feels she's unwilling to be friendly to him because of his marital status. His friend Fahim Rizvi, who sometimes helps Chintu in his exploits and sometimes increases his troubles, has been added into this madness. Sadly, things go uncontrolled and lead to much confusion and drama.
The dialogue, though it's funny, is an attempt to add a local flavour, although words such as 'kantap' have been used. A more stringent edit would have helped to speed up the speed, but fortunately, there aren't too many songs. Be careful for two special appearances to see Kartik hums 'Thande thande paani se' and for an introduction in the original movie.