It's a cross border love tale that's been depicted in quite different angle, which is humor. A girl coming from a typical hardcore patriotic Punjabi family falls in a mess after getting involved in a relationship with a Pakistani guy. Now the couple faces a tough task to present their marriage proposal to her family who is in complete oppose to their relationship; creating turmoil.
An Indian girl Asha (Yami Gautam) falls for a Pakistani musician Aman (Ali Zafar). Getting deeply involved in each other the couple decides to tie the knot but, here stands the biggest hurldle, to convince Asha's family; her over loud mom (Kiran Kher), clumsy brother Manav (Anuj Pandit), seductress sister Jia (Sarah Khan) & not so sound father (Anupam Kher). A man on mission, Aman finally reaches Asha's place to meet her ... full Plot
One Line Review: Laughter ka "Siyapaa"
Negative Points: The humor could have taken a level par with such an amazing script. Even could have waved off the viewers with an interesting end making them walk back for a second round.
Plot: Settled on the lands of Britain, flourishes the blossoms between an independent, do on her own Indian girl Asha (Yami Gautam) and the passionate, dedicated Pakistani musician Aman (Ali Zafar). Coming from a deliberate patriotic Punjabi family, Asha somehow manages to convince her family to meet a Muslim guy she has been dating & wills to marry but covers up his nationality. And as the day arrives, it proves a dooms day for the 'to be groom' Aman.
Starting his day off by getting detained ... full Review