Raj (Abhishek Bachchan) lives in New York with his mother, Dr. Malhotra (Suhasini Myley). They are very close but there is one issue they can't see eye to eye on, his mother wants him to settle down but Raj won't hear of an arranged marriage. When Raj visits India for his cousin's wedding, his maternal uncle, Rakesha (Satish Shah) emotionally blackmails him into agreeing to arrange meetings with eligible girls. To make matters worse, the person his uncle choses as the matchmaker and go-between for these meetings is the one person Raj has already antagonized in his 24 hours in Mumbai. That person in Namrata (Aishwarya Rai), Raj's uncle's favourite employee at his design studio. She is only too happy to put Raj through this torture. After a series of meetings with potential brides, it becomes apparent to Namrata that finding a match for this particular suitor is not only a nightmare, but an exercise in futility. In the process of fighting over the correct way to seek out a soulmate, the two discover that love is something that can't be arranged. A man who does not believe in marriage and a woman who can't... Can true love find a way? A light-hearted, heart warming offering from debutante director Rohan Sippy. Aka 'Don't Say Anything'.
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