Often (mis)guided by a cheeky imaginary wizard, an awkward and lonely 20-something struggles to get out of his own way in his quest for a girlfriend.
Before Varun’s engagement party, Ray mends a burned bridge. But at the event, fragile hope, loneliness and several drinks may add up to trouble.
With his job and personal life tanking, Ray looks to an unexpected online match for cheering up, and tries a new approach on his date with Ruchika.
To save face, Ray lies about a big life event, but his friends react unexpectedly. A date set up by his mother holds promise, unless nerves take over.
Ray wavers between pursuing Ruchika and telling Pari a dreaded truth. Meanwhile, a flawed plan reveals he still has lots to understand about women.
Mortified after the previous night, Ray indulges in some alone time, finally responds to Ruchika and has some awkward encounters at a house party.
When an opportunity for another shot with Pari has Ray newly optimistic, advice for how not to mess it up comes from an unlikely source.
Ray panics over a looming dinner at Pari’s, but when plans change, he faces an even scarier night: a club, dancing and a girl who takes interest in him.
Ray chooses not to look up photos of a date before he meets her — a decision that leads him to take a hard look in the mirror at his own reflection.