Poornima is 24, fun-loving and vivacious. She wants to make it big in the corporate world, be a successful professional, and then marry a person of her choice on her own terms and conditions. Things however go haywire when she realises that despite being an adult, she hardly has a say in the matters related to her marriage. No matter how much she protests, she has to listen to her parents and meet the guys shortlisted by them before she crosses the right age for marriage. Her dream of falling in love and then marrying seems to remain only a dream as she is expected to marry and then fall in love with her husband. No matter how much she hates it, she has to give into her parents wishes and agree to meeting the prospective grooms.
Her unique and at times humorous experience with each prospective groom leaves her wondering about her future will she ever meet a right, if not a perfect husband? Add to it the dilemma of making the choice in just one meeting. After all, how is it possible to understand him, his family, his lifestyle in an hour or two and be sure not to make mistakes?
The story tracks her meetings, her experiences during this arranging of marriage and how all of this transforms her thought process. It is her journey from being a stubborn girl to a sensible woman, from a happy single to a desperate-to-get-married person, from a romantic and dreamy individual to a pragmatic self; only to discover that arranged marriage isnt a bad idea and love just happens, irrespective of age, success and terms and conditions.