Vanshika Mathur (Karishma Kapoor), an orphan who lives with her aunt (Aroona Irani), is a simple middle class girl desperately in search of a job. Eventually she gets a job with Mr. Sinha (Alok Nath), a very successful businessman. Mr. Sinha is a widower who has a son Abhay (Chandrachur Singh). Abhay has grown up with his maternal uncle, Rakesh (Shakti Kapoor), a four-time divorce, whose motto is 'Stay unmarried and lead a Bohemian lifestyle'. Abhay is strongly influenced by his uncle and has grown into a flamboyant, arrogant, spoilt brat who has never put in a day's work at the family business.
Mr. Sinha is perturbed to the point of distress by the lifestyle his son leads - party all night and sleep through the day. He is determined to get his son back on the right track. In order to get Abhay into the office he entices him with the idea of young female secretary. He succeeds.
Abhay meets Vanshika at the office. He is disgusted. She is flustered, but hopelessly in love. The rest of the film is a roller-coaster ride - a clash of the value system of the idealistic Vanshika and the non-existent morals of the wayward Abhay. But there are some unexpected twists, strange encounters (with Jabbar Khashogi-Danny Denzongpa) and unusual events on this exciting ride. Will Vanshika win Abhay over? Yet again, will love triumph against all odds.
About the Actor
Chandrachur Singh was born on 11th October 1968 in New Delhi, India. Rocky, as he is affectionately known, studied at the Doon School in Dehradun and later at St Stephens in New Delhi. He taught music for a while at The Doon School, when an acting career came calling. Chandrachur Singh made his debut with Tere Mere Sapne (1996) which was ABCLs first release. He played a rich boy who swaps place with a poor guy, played by Arshad Warsi. Though the movie received lukewarm response, Chandrachur Singh got a role in Gulzars Maachis (1996) as Palli, Tabus fiancé, which won him the Filmfare Best Debut Award. He acted in movies like Dil Kya Kare (1999), Silsila Hai Pyar Ka (1999) and Junoon (2002), but is yet to come back with a strong performance like the one in Maachis. He was seen in a movie about evil versus good in Maruti Mera Dosst (2009).