Did you speak to Dad? Shit! Sorry, Avani Rahul! Only when we have a wedding date can we begin the rest of the arrangements. Listen… We have so much to do, how can you take it so lightly? Listen, I forgot because I was mad busy with those creatives for that noodle brand. I’ll talk to him today. Definitely. We’ll see that. Hi. How are you? What’s up? Hi. This is for you. You guys took so long! I know. The traffic was insane. You guys made us wait so long, even my single malt turned double. Let me switch that off. Here it is. Thank you. Thank you, love. Hey, isn’t he the same fellow? Aren’t you reading this guy’s book? Are you? Yeah, yeah. It’s the same book. Uhh… very interesting actually, a woman finding love outside marriage. Finding love outside the marriage or lust? Whoa. Strong words there, baby. By the way Rahul, what’ll you have? Whiskey. See, what I am trying to say is finding true love, emotional connect and all are just alibis. Infidelity by any other name is still infidelity. Well said, Shakespeare! Glad she’s not a judge in a court of law. She’d end up pronouncing the judgment even without a hearing. But, no, I mean seriously, what’s wrong in it? Really Barkha? Yeah, I mean she’s said something, I am just asking her opinion. What’s wrong in it? Tell me? I feel marriage means commitment. Fidelity. Those seven vows we take, those vows mean something. Don’t tell me, you actually believe in those ancient outdated vows? Of course. Rahul, we are getting married really soon. You better start believing in them as well. See, some priest just mumbles “Mangalam Mangalam” in Sanskrit and then you chant “swaha swaha” and add random ingredients to the fire. I mean it’s just a ritual. Don’t think of it as sacred. I just don’t understand. He has no value for anything. I just don’t understand! Hey, one minute. Lets say some one is dissatisfied in their marriage, then what should they do? Dude, they should search for satisfaction within their marriage, not outside of it. I totally second that. But what if they try, but still remain dissatisfied, then what do they do? Guys, America found Osama, I am sure if we search hard enough we can find “satisfaction”!! That’s really funny. I mean, we have multiple needs right? How fair is it to expect that your one poor partner will fulfill all your needs? In fact, I feel, the more the expectations, the greater the disappointment. Exactly. Actually post marriage there are lots of needs that remain unfulfilled. Like what? For starters – sex? Well, I don’t think, we’ll have a problem there. Cheers to that! Interesting. But, sex is not everything. There are more important things in life. Sumit, you must be the first man to say that. See, after marriage, sex dies a slow death by the hands of monotony. Obviously. That’s because sex works on the law of diminishing marginal utility. What? What do you mean? Economics? First year?!! Yeah? Two years into marriage and there’s no distinction between Sibling Day and Valentines Day. Eww, disgusting! That’s so regressive. Sounds like a line out of a TV soap. I think there are ways to spice up things. Like? Role-play. Fantasy. BDSM. She’s currently reading Fifty Shades Of Grey. But still, it’s like an old wine in a new bottle. I am talking about ordering a new wine. Your new wine is called “cheating”. No, it’s not. It is. It’s not. If you do it openly, with complete honesty, then it’s not, is it? It’s not cheating. You mean open marriages? For lack of a better term – yeah. So imagine your marriage to be a beautiful house. But you always keep all your doors and windows closed. You’ll obviously feel stifled right? I am just saying open a window. Let some fresh air come in. That’s all. If you feel stifled, then why get married at all? Buddy, because marriage has many advantages. Like what? Like security, companionship… But there are some disadvantages too. Like? Like no freedom. So, what I am saying is, actually what the author is trying to say is, that if you change the way you look at marriage then you can enjoy the best of both worlds. I think I am incapable of being in an open marriage. I am one of those people that get possessive even about the neighbour’s dog. Rahul is still a person. Thank you very much. I am sorry, I didn’t mean it that way, but, without monogamy there can be no marriage. Without Freedom there can be no marriage. See you. See you, man. Bye. Rahul, our thoughts about marriage are distinctly different. I was thinking the same. I think… We shouldn’t get married. You agree with me right?