Tara Khanna and Karan Mehra have landed the biggest wedding in Delhi; Angad Roshan, heir to the Roshan Cycles empire, is marrying journalist Aliya Saxena; for the Rohans, something is amiss; Tara and Karan must investigate who Aliya really is.
Harsimran Mann, a Dubai princess, is marrying Joginder Sethi of the Sethi Hotel Group; Made in Heaven has planned for Harsimran's favrotie Bollywood superstar, Sarfaraz Khan, to headline the first night; the bride has stars in her eyes for Khan.
Gayatri Mathur, a 60-plus widow, is marrying Bengali architect Bijoy Chatterjee; it's a distinctively sweet union that has everyone's support except the people that matter most -- her children; Karan's college friend is getting married.
Priyanka Mishra is marrying Vishal Shrivastava, an IAS officer, and the plan is to fund the wedding themselves; the Mishras are disappointed that they can't splurge on their only daughter's wedding until their in-laws find a way to change that.
Sukhmani Sadana wins a contest that will determine who marries Jeet Gill, a wealthy NRI; the promise of an American life as an American wife is a big deal for a Ludhiana woman; Tara and Karan know that this isn't a prestigious destination wedding.
Wharton graduate Geetanjali Sinha is marrying Nikhil Swarup, a doctor residing in London; a wedding so straightforward couldn't have come at a better time -- until it turns out that Geetanjali is a manglik.
Rajput prince Samar Ranawat is marrying Devyani Singh, a pilot, making her the first working woman in the royal household; a lavish celebration of progress and woman empowerment is interrupted when a mehendiwali is sexually assaulted during an event.
Tarana Ali is getting married and is using the opportunity to make a music video for herself; her father has gone into debt; on the flip side, the peon at the Made in Heaven office is bailed out by Tara and Karan from taking a loan.
Political party leader Brajesh Yadav's daughter Nutan Yadav is marrying Vishal Singh, a man groomed to be the next prime minister; everyone knows the wedding is merely a front for the political coalition.