Delhi-based school backbenchers Vikas “Hunny” Gulati and Dilip “Choocha” Singh are perpetually dreaming of making it big. They want to get into the local college but don’t have the required grades. The college guard Pandit tells them that he can provide them with the leaked class XII papers to them, for a significant amount. Choocha has this god-gift where he can get the winning number of any lottery in his dream and Hunny has the talent to sand the exact number out of his dream. The protagonists could not afford or collect the money required, so they decided to sell the papers to other students but failed there too.
Meanwhile, through Pandit, they meet Zafar, a former student of the college and a struggling musician. The fourth character is Lali, whose father Billa, runs a sweet shop. Lali is currently pursuing his degree through correspondence and like Hunny and Choocha also wants to get into the same college, where his girlfriend, who ignores him all the time studies but doesn’t have the marks. Pandit asks Lali to donate ₹ 250,000 in the college development fund to get admission. Lalli asks his father for the money, but he refuses to say the college is too costly.
Zafar’s girlfriend, Neetu, who has broken up with him over his career choices is now giving private tuitions to Lalli so that he could attain enough marks to get into the college of his dreams. On the other hand, Zafar’s father faces a stroke and is paralysed now, for his treatment, the struggling musician needs money badly. The four meet up at Pandit’s office where Hunny explains his scheme. However, since now they all together need a lot of money, they need someone to invest lakhs. So, on Zafar’s insistence, Pandit takes them to meet a local gangster, Bholi Punjaban where Hunny tells them their scheme. Bholi is ready to invest, and Lali also gives his shop papers as a mortgage. Bholi tells them to come the next day with the number. However, the same night everyone except Choocha falls asleep.