The trailer of the film begins with shots of Rishi Kapoor, followed by Paresh Rawal, as Sharma ji, a retired man trying to reinstill a sense of passion in his life. A working man all his life, he attempts to seek happiness with something new – only to get recommendations including dog-sitting, trying yoga or getting driving classes, which seem practical on the outset but don't excite him. What does though, is cooking – an art he gets to pursue through a kitty party in town. He finds solace, joy and unlikely friendships in the otherwise all-women's club. The only glitch? His sons – and the society – disapprove of his newfound job. There begins his coming-of-age journey. There's no age for coming-of-age, after all.
Kapoor had been shooting for the film when his health started deteriorating. Post his death, the makers decided to finish his remaining scenes with Rawal as a tribute to Kapoor's four-decade long legacy, and what would go on to be his final appearance in a movie.