Tammy ‘hates boys’ and will only settle for the kind of standards her father sets for her; both with the way he is and the 'knowledge' he imparts her with. Sanju is one of the men she dates, a man-child who refuses to grow up. But when both part ways on such uncertain terms, what brings them together again?
Sree Kumar, a middle-class IT employee with a conservative upbringing, is deeply in love with Sindhu Jha, his colleague at work with a broad-minded approach towards life. When Sree's parents want to see him married and actively seek a bride, he pursues Sindhu to marry, she has her eyes set on achieving her dream and prefers a live-in. Will they ever reach a common ground in this conflict of ideologies?
In love with Duygu, as well as with his favorite football team, Zafer is one of those grown-up men who never really grow up. One day, he finds himself forced into a marriage by his father, and despite his many funny attempts to get out of the marriage, Zafer’s plans yield no result. Can Zafer understand the meaning of true love before the final whistle blows?
Dr Shivani Dutt living and working in a hospital in London, notices some of her colleagues delving in organ trafficking. Before she can expose them she is involved in an accident, leaving her on a life support machine.
Omar is trying to reclaim the inheritance of his father from his uncle. He uses his colleague Rauof, who turns out to be a crook and then flees to Lebanon and Omar goes to jail. Lina the Lebanese girl falls in love with Raouf, and they agree to marry, but he escapes to Cairo.
Amidst the silence and isolation, Hazel and Louie find comfort in each other as they both needed it at that certain point in their lives. But knowing how far apart their worlds are, they can only hold on to the belief that some encounters are special because of how fleeting they are.