U.S.-based Abhay Sachdeva travels to India to attend Deepak’s marriage with Amrita. At the wedding ceremony and subsequent reception, he meets with Ritika Khanna, and later finds out that their respective parents have arranged their marriage. Both get married and take a tour-bus for their honey-moon in Ooty. This is where both will encounter heartbreak by discovering their incompatibility.
Wealthy executive Aditya Soman, married to Ashwini for several years, and the parent of Akhil, has an affair with his Secretary, Geeta Menon. Both get intimate after he assures her that he will divorce his wife, and marry her. When she gets pregnant, he tells her to abort the child as he has changed his mind about the divorce. Angered, Geeta attacks him, a scuffle ensues, and in the end she gets killed. He buries her body, and returns home to carry on as usual. But not for long, for soon not only will he and his family’s lives will be turned upside when the spirit of Geeta returns to exact vengeance, they will also be the subject of an investigation by the Crime Branch.
India’s underworld is ruled by Don Tony Fernandez and his brother Tiny. Tony decides that he has had enough, goes to confess in a Church, kills one of his men, and then gets himself killed via a car bomb. What the Indian authorities do not know is that Tony is alive and well, living in style in Bangkok, Thailand, along with Tiny. Then on a flight to Bangkok, a man named Dholakia, fearing that the plane is going crash, confesses to a priest that he is Tony, which is overheard by two sisters, Preeti and Piya Malhotra, who are headed to Bangkok to do a song and dance show. Tony kills the priest, and the police arrest the Malhotra sisters, and if found guilty, both will hang. But Tony is not taking any chances, he asks Tiny to ensure that the two sisters are killed. But hilarious chaos reigns when two former Bollywood stunt artistes, Pyare, and Mohan, intervene to save the Malhotra sisters. The only problem is that Pyare is blind, and Mohan is deaf. And Tony is quite sure that he is going to get away with killing them all.
Prakash (Saif Ali Khan) is a handsome gold digger who thinks he has made it when he woos and subsequently marries Sapna (Sonali Bendre) , only daughter of a rich businessman Mr. Chopra (Dalip Tahil) . However his euphoria is short-lived when he learns that his father-in-law disapproves of him immensely and won’t let him make his mark in the business . Finally , Prakash asks Mr.Chopra for some money to start a business of his own but Mr. Chopra refuses . One night , two masked men try to rob Prakash and he places a plan before the duo : they will kidnap Sapna and demand ransom from Mr. Chopra , which will be equally shared between Prakash and the two kidnappers – Rahul (Fardeen Khan) and Harry (Aftab Shivdasani) . Rahul and Harry have a little secret of their own : they are not professional criminals as they pretend to be . Rahul is an unemployed graduate , while Harry is a loafer . Rahul is in love with his landlord’s daughter Anjali (Twinkle Khanna) and needs the money to convince her father for their marriage .
Cape Town Police’s Assistant Commissioner Ranbir Singh travels to Durban to meet with undercover Agent Romeo and assigns him a special task. Shortly thereafter Romeo is attacked, loses his consciousness and when he regains it, finds himself trapped in an acid factory along with four other males. One of the males is tied to a chair, while another is handcuffed. All of them soon realize that due to the presence of Pentane – a gas that induces memory loss – they are not even able to remember their names. They do manage to gain each other trusts’ and even release their two comrades. While they discuss their situation, they are confronted by an unknown gun-toting female, also suffering from memory loss, and soon realize that two of them are actually abducted and are being held for ransom by the other three.
Where beasts feared to tread, he made it his home; Where the scorching sun could not reach, he shined in the cold bloodedness. Where the police never managed to catch him, he always killed them. WHERE- is the Jungle, and HE- is the king. In his reign, he killed animals, massacred policemen, slaughtered informers, and then one day, he took someone’s love.
Based in Cape Town, specializing in divorces, Jeet Oberoi warns his friends, Karan Malhotra and Bhavesh Patel, about the many disadvantages of being involved in a married relationship. He indicates that marriages result in divorce, if it is a love marriage than the groom digs his grave; and if is an arranged marriage, it is the groom’s family that dig his grave. Scoffing at this, Karan gets married with his sweetheart, Sanjana Jugran, much to the chagrin of her dad; while conservative Bhavesh travels to Vishwamitri, Gujarat, along with his entire family, and gets married to a liberal Prachi Jadeja. Incompatibility issues will soon surface, compelling the duo to retain Jeet as legal counsel to expedite their respective divorce proceedings.
Kothari finds himself in a jam when his hair-growth, water colors for students, and Agarbatti products misfire resulting in lawsuits. He decides to kill himself but is saved by three men: Raj, Veer and Aryan, who give him alternate ideas to market his products with such positive results that he hires them. He finds out that all three married to Bhavna (who is so engrossed with Bhagwan Shri Tirupathi that she has no time for her Pati); Diya (a busy film actress); and Sonia (an equally busy lawyer) respectively but are sex-starved. He confides in them that he has three unmarried daughters, Rekha, Madhuri, and Dimple, who would prefer to fall in love with and then get married. He asks the trio to woo and then betray them so that he can get them married to boys of his choice. The trio agree to do so and re-locate abroad to meet the three females. To their pleasant surprise they turn out to be real beauties and they decide to woo and keep them. Aided by Kothari himself the trio have no problems in making the nymphets falls in love with them, and that done they return home to find that their respective wives have a newfound brother, Lakhwinder Singh Lakha. The Kothari sisters are unable to keep away from their lovers and follow them back home and the three males meet them on the sly. Hilarious complications, with a touch of popular Filmi dialogs and references to old Bollywood hits, arise when Lakhwinder discovers their dirty little secret and is all set to tell their respective wives leaving the hapless friends no choice but to decide to do away with him. Watch what happens after they finally succeed in doing away with Lakhwinder.
Lucky Kapoor (Fardeen Khan) lives in Australia and has no interest in taking over his father’s business in India. Saba Karim Khan (Feroz Khan) has a great interest in the property, but Mr. Kapoor has no interest in selling the business to Khan. So Khan has Mr. Kapoor killed, making it look like an accident. Jessica Periera (Jaitley), a childhood sweetheart of Lucky, has proof that Mr. Kapoor’s death was an accident–but she keeps it to herself. When Karim Khan meets with Lucky to renegotiate, he finds that Lucky is willing to sell–but he also discovers that Lucky bears a striking resemblance to Karim Khan’s own dead son. Although Karim Khan will do anything to make Lucky heir to his own wealth and properties, Lucky is not willing to do so.
Wealthy and spoil Rishi Oberoi lives in a spacious bungalow and is the only child in the Oberoi family. He often indulges himself with alcohol and women only to one day come across a young woman named Chandni Gupta who is fascinated by him but Chandni will have nothing to do with him due to his lifestyle and is instead attracted to Mohan Sachdev; who is employed as a typist in Rishi’s business empire. Unfortunately Chandni is unable to marry Mohan because of financial crises between both parties respective families resulting in Chandni taking up resident with Rishi. Slowly by slowly Rishi and Chandni makes the necessary adjustments to their lives resulting in both falling in love which is met with terrible shortcoming when Rishi’s dad object to the couple’s marriage.