Sona arrives in Bombay with her dreams of becoming a film star. Wide eyed and ambitious, she does whatever it takes to make it. She lives on her own and spends her time with a motley crew of loyal friends whose lives are also entwined with Bollywood. Vikram has just moved to the City leaving the comforts of his parents. He is a mover, he is used to getting what he wants and is smart enough to know when to demand it. He is young and handsome, and full of promise. Sona begins to enjoy Vikram's attention and affections; they develop a romantic relationship. Rolly is a successful though superstitious producer who only works with the biggest stars. He is making a potential blockbuster launching the nubile Nikki Khurana, the 18-year-old daughter of 70's superstar, Neena. The hero of the film, Zaffar Khan, is Rolly's favorite superstar. The wheels of fate indeed continue to spin favorably for Vikram, as elsewhere in the industry, havoc spreads on the sets of producer Rommy Rolly's new film. Vikram is called in for an audition and uses this opportunity to the fullest. The film is about a slice of Bollywood life, in which Kismet plays a huge role. In such an unpredictable climate is success and failure what others define for you or is it something you decide for yourself?