Chetan and Bhagat are two competing conmen who separately dupe Anthony (Arjun Rampal) on his engagement day and flee to Bangkok, where they chance upon a rich heiress Khushi (Kangana Ranaut). In no time, the rapacious rascals are up with their tricks. While Chetan impersonates as a philanthropist running the charity, The Art of Giving, Bhagat pulls a fast one on him by pretending as a blind man who served the Navy but lost his sight when betrayed by his beloved. Khushi is touched by Chetan’s charitable zeal, but Bhagat’s unfortunate handicap wins her sympathy and affection. As the two conmen try to outsmart each other in wooing Khushi and thereby claiming her millions, the plot takes an unexpected turn with the arrival of Anthony, who’s out to settle the old score with the rascals.
The camaraderie between the leading men could be the mainstay of a comedy like this and the tuning between Sanjay Dutt and Ajay Devgan isn’t exactly riotous. What’s lacking is the punch of comedy we associate with Dhawan’s best works starring his favourite Govinda. Some of the scenes -- like the bank robbery, or Devgan’s rant at Navy ball -- try too hard to make you laugh, but hardly succeed. Likewise, Devgan and Dutt’s antics to outsmart each other aren’t clever or funny.