Partners Karthik and Aman don’t have it easy in their road to achieving a happy ending, while Aman’s family tries to get him married to someone else, Karthik doesn’t step down unless he marries Aman. A sequel to the 2017 film, titled Shubh Mangal Saavdhan.
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