Sid expresses his love for her and the two embrace. Back at home with Ram and Sarita, Sid receives the latest issue of Mumbai Beat. Mumbai , a hip magazine run by editor-in-chief Kabir Rahul Khanna , whom Aisha is attracted to. He shows her the city and helps her refurbish a rented flat. Confused and hurt, unaware that Aisha has fallen in love with him, Sid makes his departure. It was critically and commercially successful.
With the help of Sid, along with his friends Rishi Namit Das and Laxmi, Aisha finds a small apartment overlooking the city skyline. One night, Aisha loses her temper and yells at Sid for his inability to clean up after himself. Aisha and Kabir start dating, but she quickly realizes that, despite her initial attraction to him, they have very little in common. Sid eventually gets hired full-time at Mumbai Beat and receives his first paycheck. Realizing that it is about her feelings for him, Sid rushes through rainy weather to meet her at the same beach where they had gone the day they met. He reconciles with Rishi when they meet again for the first time since their fight. .
After learning that he has failed the final exams delaying his graduation for another year , Sid displaces his frustration onto Rishi, and later gets into a heated argument with his parents, ending with him moving out. Aisha allows Sid to temporarily stay at her apartment, but finds him disorganized and careless with her home. On the night after the final exams, he meets Aisha Konkona Sen Sharma , an aspiring writer recently moved away from her hometown of Calcutta and a few years older than Sid. Depicted as a spoiled slacker, Sid shows little concern for his plans after college, barely studying for tests and having no interest in working for his father. She also lands a job at Mumbai Beat based on Time Out! Aisha then develops feelings for Sid, and on the day he packs his belongings to move back in with his family, she is furious to hear that he is leaving. At a graduation party, he meets Aisha, newly arrived from Calcutta and set on becoming a writer.
He makes amends with his parents, and Ram invites Sid to return home. Aisha helps him land a role as a photography intern — photography having been a hobby of his since childhood — at Mumbai Beat. The internship slowly motivates Sid to be more responsible and productive. He lives with a doting mother, subservient brother, and a father who covers his expenses and credit card bills. Will her words, his exam results, a confrontation with his parents, and a break with his friends be enough to wake Sid up. . .
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