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Gagan never lets her father realize that he doesn't have a son, and in return her father put all his trust in her. When Pargat, a local boy, is smitten by Gagan she makes it very clear that any union must be approved by her father, hence begins Pargat's attempts to impress her father. Due to much of his bad luck, every attempt by him, and with the help of his friends, Sukhi and Honey, all go haywire and it seems he has no chance of impressing Gagan's father. Eventually with Gagan's intervention her father agrees to meet Pargat and wedding talks ensue. After a night of binge drinking on laced local brew, or due to "bad omens', Pargat LOSES his sight! Thus begins Pargat's struggle to get through the wedding without anyone especially Gagan knowing about his temporary handicap. They say love is blind but can weddings be blind too?
Harjeet on one of his trips to repair a VCR, meets Pali and falls in love with her. Unbeknownst to Harjeet, his family has fixed his marriage with someone else and show him the girl's photo, however Harjit gets angry and throws away the photo without once looking at it.
This story is about Dilip Singh, aged 65 who has been living with his family in Canada for last 20 years. He has only one dream to see Punjab which he has left long back which he still thinks that it is same as he left long back. Dilip lives with his son Vikram, daughter in law Eliza and grandson Lavi. Eliza is modern women who knows her priorities and managing very well between her job and her family life, except Dilip's wish of wanting to go to Punjab.
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