But as they say love never looks back. And the ever-ready to slip Prem Sahni President of Royal Publications, gets a breather from his mundane married life with Sheetal & daughter Pinky. When he much-knowingly gets besotted by his newly moved-in neighbour Twinkle Chopra. The hot model from overseas.
Who has often openly professed on her television shows: I don’t believe in marriage? I believe in Love! These words have haunted Prem Sahni ever since he heard them and when he meets Twinkle in flesh and blood, his baser senses are rejuvenated. He had heard that perhaps it was the man thing. Being the faithful life-partner he was, Prem Sahni refused to initially believe that he was suffering from such a disorder. After all he was the committed husband & father. The perfect family man. His upbringing had taught him that love happens only once. His colleague Ramnik Cheda, who also comes from the same school of thought, senses something is amiss. The star story-teller Salman Khan can also foresee the dead-end Prem is headed towards. The fuel to the fire in Prem’s dormant heart is ignited when his wife and daughter take off for a holiday to Mysore, to meet his in-laws. After its entire simmer time and the holidays are on. But the heat starts getting to Prem Sahni the moment his family leaves town. Suddenly he feels a sense of freedom. And just then there is a knock on the door. And in walks the most tantalizing chapter in his life. She is Twinkle. His new neighbour. Prem Sahni cannot believe he had got lucky on the first night itself of his wife’s departure.
From here on there seems to be a sudden intrusion of passions running riot amongst many of the residents of Roop Chand Rathod’s building. Even Roop Chand is not spared from these wicked outbursts that defy the parameters set by the rules set by the institution of marriage. At work, Prem Sahni feels guilty at the thought of perhaps cheating on his wife. Prem’s skeleton is soon out of his cupboard. And hell seems to break loose.