A gangster aspires to be a movie star.A Varanasi based Don (Sunny Deol) dreams of seeing himself on the big screen. To facilitate this mad affair, he seeks the services of Arshad Warsi and Shreyas Talpade who are playing a director and a writer respectively. Ameesha Patel plays an actress and Preity Zinta, a small-town girl and Sunny's wife, tries to emulate her.
A middle income Railway Ticket Collector lives in New Delhi with his spouse, two grown up children and his mother. News breaks out that his wife is pregnant which comes like a shock to the entire family. To top it they also have to deal with social embarrassment - friends, relatives, neighbors, everyone's gaze is now turned towards the Kaushik household. It is the elder son, Nakul, in particular wasn't really looking forward to this new addition to the family. What follows is a phase of resentment and emotional confusion for Nakul as he also goes through ups-and-downs in his relationship with his upper-class girlfriend, Renee. Torn between public embarrassment and love for his family, especially his mother, Nakul tries to come to terms with the idea of his parents' active sex life and the idea of family itself.
The flick marks the return of Deol trio - Dharmendra, Sunny Deol, and Bobby Deol - on the silver screen after five years. The film revolves around the trio of father and his two sons. While the father (essayed by Dharmendra) and one of his sons (Bobby) are con-men, the other son (Sunny) plays a righteous and strong man.