In a world filled with grown-ups embroiled in dangerous grown-up adult activities, Tuti Futi (Saswata Chatterjee) locates the child within himself and consequently turns into the kind of parent every child wishes for.
Nurse Lata Kutty boasts of having a thick skin, but still looks out for the people who don't. She stands up for a junior colleague who's being bullied because of her Malayali accent, inviting her to lunch and reading out her horoscope in a kind, maternal way.
Monty (Irrfan) is weird. But he's not without his redeeming qualities – he sticks his neck out to help Shruti get a job and listens to her vent about her cheating brother-in-law. Over time, they develop a heartwarming, if unusual friendship.
The staid, respectable Sub-Inspector Sudhanshu Dutta (Saurabh Shukla) is a perfect foil to the exuberant, fun-loving Barfi (Ranbir Kapoor). He shows up to apprehend Barfi during his many elaborate pranks but isn't written as someone malicious, out to spoil the boy's fun, but as someone just doing his job honestly.
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