There’s a good boy and a bad boy. Both are college students. Good boy becomes bad and bad boy becomes good. No. Identities get swapped since they share the same initials and surnames. The reason: the new principal decides to divide the college in three categories. A, B and C. ‘A’ for the very brilliant, ‘B’ for the average and ‘C’ for the duds. This is to clean up the environment of the bad elements in college.
So good boy has to sit with duds because bad boy convinces him to become his friend. Bad boy now gets good girl who is brilliant in studies while good boy is saddled with bad girl who prefers to do strip studies. Meaning stripping one garment per right answer. Seriously, this education!!!
Good boy is happy bad boy is getting better. At least this way he is doing service to society. Principal is sharp as he sees through the game-plan and tries to warn good girl, who incidentally is his daughter! But good girl is adamant on bad boy who is masquerading as good. Meanwhile, bad girl tries all the tricks of the trade to heat up good boy.
At the same time, over-aged students dressed in banyans attend lectures. There is one brother of Apache Indian (check out his hair) who calls himself Rambo. He has a few cronies who are equally plastic and over-aged.
Oh. I forgot to tell. Good boy has to dance while bad boy has to answer a quiz. This is for the inter-college fest. They are in a fix. They tell principal, who tells them he had faith in them and knew about their mischief long before they confessed. Result. Good boy learns dancing from bad girl. Floors the audience and even before the dance can end he is declared the winner. Bad boy meanwhile answers questions like an Einstein. Result. Good girl is impressed.
As for us, we are left wondering. Because there is neither anything good nor bad. Its plain ugly!!! Wah, kya love story hai!!
For the record there’s Tusshar Kapoor (good boy), Emran Hashmi (bad boy), Isha Sharvani (good girl) and Tanushree Dutta (bad girl). There’s also Paresh Rawal (Principal), and bad boy’s father (Anang Desai) whose make-up is so hideous that you fear the foundation will crack!