Mira (Neha) comes from a very wealthy family, however, she wants to get married to Akash Sharma (Jatin Grewal), who is not so wealthy. Against the wishes of her mother and brother, Mira gets married to Akash. The bad memories are left behind when Mira's family finally "forgives" them, at the birth of baby-boy, Rahul (Yash Pathak). With the family with such a acrimonious past, coming together, their marriage deteriorates, to such an extent that they have to involve the police and the courts for purposes of custody. The only obstacle coming between the couple from getting married again to different people are marred by Rahul, who is unable to accept his parents' divorce.
Rahul Subramanian's stand up comedy solo 'Kal Main Udega' is filled with unrelated topics, no transitions, inconsequential takes on consequential subjects and also a bit of mildly bad dancing.
In this 2003 concert, Indian classical musician Rahul Sharma continues in the tradition of his father and grandfather as a master of the santoor, an instrument similar to the hammer dulcimer. Sharma teams up with keyboardist Louis Banks, percussionist Taufiq Qureshi and tabla player Shafaat Ahmed Khan on "Sing with Us," "Love Beckons," "Just Dancing," "Strums 'n' Drums" and "Drive to Frenzy."