Directed by: Gurmmeet Singh

Writing Credits: Tejpal Singh Rawat

Music by: Sandeep Chatterjee

Film Editing by: Cheragh Todiwala

Cast: Manu Rishi Chadha … Ravi,Naresh Gosain … Hardyal,Dimple Kapadia … Sudha Mishra,Deepti Pujari … Gopa,Mithun Rodwittiya … Hooda,Sunil Saraswat … Sompal,Vishal Sharma … Rajpal,Sabina Sheema … Suman,Manjot Singh … Pummy Singh,Sumit Suri … Sumit,Geetika Tyagi … Meenal

Produced by: Vishal Bajaj … line producer,Maitreyee Dasgupta … supervising producer,K.R. Harish … producer,Kumud Shahi … producer

Production Design by: Mukund Gupta

Set Decoration by: Akriti Piplani

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director: Shashidharan Jacob Manas … first assistant director (music video),Venika Mitra … second assistant director,Prashant Pratap Singh … first assistant director

Sound Department: Jyoti Chetia … sound effects editor,Renganaath Ravee … sound editor,Vivek Sachidanand … Sound Designer

Visual Effects by: Nelson Dsouza … production head, Jayadev Tiruveaipati … di colorist

What The Fish

Sudha Mishra (Maasiji) who is a 67 years old, divorced and grumpy woman with enormous energy and the ability to live in the present has just come back to her home in Vasant Kunj, New Delhi. She is a mother to a confused and angry young man who has given up a career in television direction and her divorced husband is a playboy in L.A .
While she was away, Sumit, her niece’s fiancé was given the responsibility to take care of the house and was clearly instructed to feed the fish & water the plants. His marriage was hinging on this.
At the end of the holiday when Sudha reaches her quaint house and starts it’s inspection with detective accuracy. Had the fish been fed? Had her plants been watered? She reaches the alcove with her beloved crystal fish bowl and collection of money plants. Everything seems to be in order but is it? As she opens her bedroom door she is taken aback by a woman rushing past her.
Sumit had thrown the helluva party for all his friends at Sudha’s house and broken all the rules as instructed by her and also handed over the house to an eloping couple, who then handed it over to a miscreant property broker. The house is then taken over by a Haryanvi Jaat who is a cross dressing Kathak Dancer, followed by a tribal family from Mizoram.
What ensues is a recap of the events that took place beginning from when Sudha left her house in Sumit’s hands. The mystery unravels almost as a game of Chinese Whisper.