The film is a refreshing change and is sure to leave you with a smile.
Duggal family, which struggles to make ends meet, is on cloud nine when it gets to 'splurge' a few extra grands off an income tax rebate. The son wants a new iPod, the daughter nothing less than a dish TV. The mother (Neetu Singh), meanwhile is all excited to replace the old, shabby fridge. All this, until the phone rings! It's phuffo (their bua). It's an invitation for a wedding of some xyz relative of hers. An invitation with 'strings attached.' The flat broke 'Bajaj-scooter' Duggal family must come in a car. And CRASH! Their dreams go to pieces. To make matters worse, they now have extra expenses to bear.
What follows is a fun ride. The narrative, light-heartedly, unfolds the situations the Duggals face, in their quest to fulfill what-may-seem-trivial wishes. The title is reflective of the minutest of calculations involved, for a middle-class family, to make ends meet. It's a film for us, about us. All characters are relatable. The kids, for instance, are as rebellious as the ever-sacrificing parents. Neetu Singh and Rishi Kapoor are adorable. Their chemistry is sure to make you forget the most loved pairs in the industry today.
Somewhere towards the end, the film gets a lil preachy. But a one time watch won't hurt.