Laxman is a brilliant student who is diverted from his studies by his mischievous band of friends, Gopal, Madhav, and Lucky. Gopal is the muscle of the group, Madhav is the brain, and Lucky is the right one but a mute. The three friends use Laxman’s hostel room for their mischievous activities. Laxman is peer-pressured into running a series of scams to earn himself and his friends some money and is punished by being thrown out of college. The foursome are indebted to a criminal-cum-garage owner named Vasooli, who is constantly pursuing them. During a short halt in a forest, each one of them reveals their past. Laxman’s mother used to work as a maid for a government officer. Madhav had a rough childhood, having been a witness to the constant fights among his parents. Lucky’s father had abandoned him and his mother and remarried. His stepchildren used to ridicule Lucky’s dumbness. Gopal reveals that he is an orphan who was raised in the Jamnadas Orphanage. Vasooli and his gang track down the group in the forest and chase them. The naughty foursome then finds refuge in the bungalow of a blind couple, Somnath and Mangala, who are waiting for their grandson, Sameer, inheriting their paternal grandparents’ treasure chest hidden in the old couple’s house. Gopal pretends to be Sameer returning from America, and enters the house, while the other three friends sneak in hidden.
A cat-and-mouse game unfolds as Laxman’s body and Gopal’s voice make up Sameer. Each time the blind Dadaji comes amidst them, hilarious situations arise. Enter Nirali, the saucy girl-next-door, and the group now have time, place and ‘resources’ to fall in love. Their efforts at winning the lady’s heart fail. Apart from their romantic interests, there is a quest for the chest. There is also a gangster named Babli who wants to steal the chest from the couple’s bungalow. All his attempts are unintentionally and unknowingly thwarted by the foursome.