This contemporary romantic comedy follows the trials and triumphs in the life of Aliya Raj (Shenaz Treasuryvala), who is self confessedly synonymous with style, class and perfection. Her world revolves around her profession (she is a casting director for films) and her bunch of friends, who sometimes find her difficult to manage and claim her to be 'mentally imbalanced' because she is single.
The USP of her group is that, except for her everyone else is a couple. The reason why Aliya is single is only because she hasn't found her 'Mr. Right' so far, but because there is hardly anyone who fits her bill (read 'terms and conditions') of being 'Mr. Right'. Being the odd one in the group and unable to take the constant nagging from her friends, she decides to 'create' her Mr. Right by engaging a struggling actor Sukhi (Barun Sobti) by telling him to play her boyfriend, for which he will be paid handsomely.
The lure of money and the 'opportunity' to play a role makes Sukhi accept the offer. Then begins the transformation of the unsophisticated Sukhi into the suave foreign based Hridaan Dalmiya, who is 'Mr. Right' by all means, courtesy Aliya's intensive grooming. And when she flaunts Hridaan at a friend's wedding, needless to say that he becomes the apple of the eye of every girl and the object of envy of every guy in the group.
As time passes, Sukhi aka Hridaan teaches the group many a thing about being honest and truthful to each other, which creates many revelations in the close knit group, which makes him even more precious to everyone in the group. At the same time, knowingly or unknowingly, Sukhi actually starts falling in love with Aliya. Everything goes on perfectly as per Aliya's foolproof plan... till a hotel waiter recognizes Sukhi in front of the whole group.
Does Sukhi spill the beans about Aliya's plan of 'Hridaan' in front of her friend circle, or does Aliya confess the real reason to her friends about her plan to create a fictitious Mr. Right, and does the haughty Aliya reciprocate Sukhi's feelings for her, is what forms the rest of the film.