Upon the death of his Trinidad-based father, Surajratan Dhanraj, Tej, a westernised Casanova-type personality, is faced with the prospect of losing all the family wealth.
The family solicitor, Vakil, mentions that he will be able to avail of the wealth only under one condition; to conform with his father's last Will, which states that he should not only marry Punjab-based Samarpreet Kapoor but must remain married to her for a period of 10 years - or else the entire estate will be transferred to an association that ensures the welfare of turtles and crabs.
Tej and Vakil accordingly travel to Punjab, meet Samarpreet and her family, and the couple get married. Tej returns to Trinidad, mails a cheque every month, refuses to communicate with her, and continues with his lifestyle as though he was never married.
He is friendly with a supermodel, Shimmer Canhai, and through her meets a young woman, Sammar Capore, and instantly falls in love with her. He accepts a bet with Shimmer that he will successfully woo and wed Sammar but is in for disappointment when she prefers the company of a male named Jigar. Tej sets out to ruin Jigar's career.
Will he succeed in winning the love of the mysterious and enigmatic, Sammar Capore? What will happen of Tej's ceremonial marriage with Samarpreet?
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Half of the film was shot in Trinidad and Tobago, making it the first Bollywood movie to be shot in the islands. Read More