The film is a comedy that doesn’t resort to crude story telling and inane sub plots to get to its point. Revolving around Aftab, Amisha and Kader Khan, her father, the film takes a humorous look at love, wealth and greediness. The greedy character: Kader Khan, a banker who uses his white to acquire customers. Kader pays a 25 per cent interest rate to those who deposit money with him, but only after 25 years. This would seem normal to any normal consumer, but Kader ensures that he can get his money fast by picking elderly persons ready to die, that way he can get his money fast. Once things are going all hunky dory, trouble must arrive. That comes in the form of Aftab. Aftab’s grandfather was one of the loyal customers who left his money with Kader. However, his grandfather stated specifically that he wanted the money to go this Aftab after he passed away. This is what has brought Aftab to Kader. Not only does Aftab have a hard time with getting the money from Kader, but he also falls in love with his daughter, Amisha. Aftab has a double task on his hands, one to get his money and two to get Amisha’s hand. With help from Amisha herself, a carefree character who could care less about values, family and her dad, Aftab tries to get his money and a father in law in one film.