Pritam (Mithun Chakraborthy) is an elderly bus driver. His has three adopted sons – Madhav (Arshad Warsi), Laxman (Kunal Khemu) and Lucky (Tushar Kapoor). They are all unemployed and indulge in small time scams and Pritam desperately tries to bring them back on track. Geeta (Ratna Pathak Shah) is an elderly woman with two adopted sons and a daughter – Laxman (Shreyas Talpade), Gopal (Ajay Devgan) and Dabboo (Kareena Kapoor).Laxman and Gopal own a beach sport shack and are honest businessmen. Gopal has a very short temper, but Dabboo is in love with him inspite of it. Three jewel thieves Pappi (Johnny Lever), Dagaa and Teja steal an expensive necklace but Pappi suffers from short term memory loss. He hides the necklace in Pritam’s house and forgets where he has hidden the loot. Pritam’s and Geeta’s children set up the same business and become rivals. They are constantly trying things to make the other’s shack suffer losses but end up with ridiculous results. To sort this out, Pritam goes to Geeta’s house to sort out their differences. Upon meeting her, he realises that she is the same woman he fell in love with several years ago and love blossoms again. Dabboo overhears their conversation and decides to unite the two lovers. Knowing that their children will never knowingly agree to this, Dabboo hatches a plan so that they never find out who their new mother/father’s children are. At the court marriage, Gopal and Laxman finally come face t face with Madhav, Laxman and Lucky. Now that their parents are married, they are forced to live together. This leads to numerous hilarious situations. To add to the mess, Pappi shows up demanding the necklace to be returned. In the following battle of confusion, the family reconciles and Pappi gives in to the police accepting his crime.
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