Within a week of its launch, the most atrangi family in town is already entertaining the viewers with their quirks and family dynamics. Post an eventful week, the Mauryas are in for another shock as they find out about Mannu (Mohit Kumar) marrying Gargi (Kangan Baruah), the daughter of Daddy Khushwah (Satyajit Sharma).
Begrudgingly, they accept; however, Gargi keeps to herself and doesn’t speak to Mannu. Despite their differences, Mannu gives his all to impress Gargi and treat her right. As he goes to buy some sweets for her. Mannu spots Gargi from afar and sees her holding hands and smiling with an unknown man.
On confronting her, Mannu discovers that Gargi has a boyfriend, named Vishwas (Pulkit Bangia) and she is planning to elope with him. Panicked and perturbed, Mannu comes up with a plan and asks Gargi to call Vishwas.
He asks them to let Gargi live with him and his family for 7 months and in that time he will return the money to Daddy Khushwah, post which Gargi can leave. He also promises to support Vishwas and Gargi and not be a hindrance to their relationship.
While Gargi agrees to these conditions, Vishwas doubts Mannu’s intentions.
Where will this deal lead them to?
Mohit Kumar, essaying the role of Mannu, said, “Mannu at the moment is focused on getting the tent house started, and the only way to do so is by getting the funds from Daddy Khushwah. And according to the deal, he has to keep Gargi happy in the marriage. But things turn south for Mannu when Gargi reveals that she is going to run away with her boyfriend. Mannu is taken aback because he was unaware of the situation, so he tries to deal with it in the best way possible. I feel bad for Mannu because, in such a short span, he has gone through so many mishaps, but he is not losing faith, and I think that is the charm of the character.”
Kangan Baruah, essaying the role of Gargi, said, “Gargi is vulnerable right now considering her father has forced her to marry a stranger. To top that, she feels like a commodity, bought in exchange for a price. Even though the situation is not ideal, Gargi is not someone to give in. She will fight for her love, Vishwas, but at the same time she does grow fonder of kind-hearted Mannu. I would urge the audience to stay with Gargi and Mannu, as they steer through this atrangi marriage because even though the stars are not in their favour now, the story can always take a different turn.”