There is a lad who gives the camera 'those looks' (just one look) and a girl who specializes in 'another look'. Both give the camera such looks that you are embarrassed to look elsewhere!
With just 'looks' going around on the screen and no tale to tell, the two directors, Radhika Rao and Vinay Sapru, vie for honours to capture the 'Look'.
One is Inder (Harshvardhan Rane) and the other is Saraswati (Mawra Hocane). Saru has this penchant for looking 'Sunder', I mean beautiful, since she is the proverbial ugly duckling because of who her younger sister's marriage is stalled even though she has a boyfriend. Her dad is adamant that she will marry first.
Inder is this 'sunder' lad who works out all throughout the day. He stays in the same building as 'sunder' Saru. It so happens, by a twist of 'script', that he gets her a home to live in after her father performs her last rites. The reason: he found her in Inder's house and the society was talking about the incident. Daddy dearest did not bother to find out from his daughter what she was doing there. And mind you, daughter had enough time to leave the house, but she decided to tend to 'sunder' Inder's wounds.
Then begins the senseless merry-go-round! Right towards the end the director duo throw in a sickness element in the hope of salvaging the drowning ship. But no, nothing can be done because by then the ship has hit rock bottom.
Among the entire cast only Manish Chaudhary stands out as this strict disciplinarian father. The rest are having acting lessons on the set.