This multi-layered relationship drama follows two men whose marriages are on the rocks, highlighting their search for the guidance of a divorce lawyer, who preaches the concept - marriages always end in divorce. How will their respective relationships evolve?
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.
Continuity The girl with whom Tushar Kapoor (Bhawesh) was sleeping on the bed after the song Kuke Kuke wasn't able to understand a word of English that Tushar Kapoor spoke, because she was Russian. However, in the scene where Jeet was making out with her new client, two of his older clients also arrived at the moment. When Sanjana walked up to them and told that Jeet was cheating on them, the same Russian girl is able to understand everything which was spoken to her in English.
Continuity In the opening sequence when they are racing the plane, the characters are driving a jaguar convertible, however when the car does a 180-degree turn on the runway, it is actually a Nissan 350z instead of the jaguar which proceeds to pop up again in the next shot.
Akshay Kumar was the original choice for Govinda's role.
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