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Marriage was always going to be an inescapable eventuality for Ajay Shroff. For a Gujarati, at the age of 26, he is anyways late on the matrimonial circuit. By the time he is 28, he is officially an antique. Everyone around him is doing their best to arrange his marriage. Spearheading the movement is his Mother. Too bad he cannot get over his "gamophobia". He goes weak in the knees thinking about the torture he is subjected to when he meets girls on 'arranged dates'. When he narrates his harrowing incidents to anyone willing to listen (or read), he unfailingly finds his audience on the floor rolling with laughter. The horror of his pre-matrimonial mis-adventures is a source of great entertainment for those around him. The world of bio-datas, internet profiles, photoshoped pictures and oh yes, horoscopes, is fraught with uncertainty, calamity and disaster. If only people could stop laughing at Ajay's plight! How he wishes for a romantic fairy-tale of how he met his wife. How he wishes he wasn't getting married just because his Mom says, “Get Married!