(Released: Oct 29, 2020)
There are two families, both influential in their own capacities, living in London - one with a plush bungalow and an army of doctors aka the Kalras, and the other one is tied to organised crime and stuck in internal feuds over love and common turf. The Kalras' younger son Krish (Ankur Rathee) is about to tie the knot with his long-time girlfriend Mahi (Zoa Morani) and the family is on the lookout for a bride for the elder one, Rohan (Jim Sarbh). But this young doctor's emotionally invested elsewhere - a Muslim surgeon of Pakistani origin, Arfa Sayed (Kriti Kharbanda). But more than the wedding, the brothers are super excited for Sunny (Pulkit Samrat) to come home - "he is quite the charmer," declares Arfa, and damn right she is! In no time, the Kalras' home is filled with a palpable energy and the smooth talker not only eases Arfa's introduction to Rohan's orthodox, bigoted parents, but is also the life of the party! What ensues after all the hugging and chugging is flat-out violent and forms the crux of the story.