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Sunny Chopra lives in a flat in Bombay along with his live-in girlfriend, Jenny, who he affectionately calls "Nani" - the common factor between their names. Sunny is employed with the Times of Hindustan and is popular as "Gyan Guru" - a person who solves all problems through his very own column. He is also in the process of writing a script for Bollywood film-maker Karan Johar. He is prone to taking freebies all the time, for instance he will order pizza from Mommy's Pizza, which guarantees delivery within 30 minutes or the pizza is free. When the pizza arrives, usually on time, he refuses to pay up claiming that the pizza is late and he is thus entitled to it free of any cost. When the delivery man counters, he points out his Omega "Bond" watch, and also intimidates them with his "Gyan Guru" look, making them leave the premises. This carries on for quite a bit, until a new pizza man named Michael Burnett delivers pizza at Sunny's door. Michael's entry into Sunny's life will change his world forever; make him lose his job at Times Of Hindustan; break-up with Jenny and maybe date a popular film star, Maya; as well as try and make excuses to Karan Johar, whose script is yet incomplete; as well as leave himself open to attack by a crazed killer known only as P3P (Page 3 psycho).