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lot Set in Delhi during 2010, the film begins when Bharat, a shopkeeper, refuses to part with his store despite lucrative offers. On his 70th birthday, he tells his past life to his grandniece, and the film goes into a flashback. Partition, 1947 Bharat's parents and siblings board a train to India with many refugees for safety from Pakistan's terrible riots. Bharat loses his baby sister Gudiya in the chaos. Bharat's father, Gautam, stays behind to search for Gudiya. He has Bharat promise him to take care of the family and move to the imported goods store of Gautam's sister Jamuna and her husband, Keemat Rai Kapoor. As a child, Bharat looks to supports his family. He befriends a young boy, Vilayti, and they meet a roadside circus worker Radha as they fall in love. The trio join The Great Russian Circus. 17 years later Bharat has attained a lot of fame in the years he has spent at the circus. During a celebrati on, his brother Chote is hurt in an accident while trying to emulate him. He bids a tearful goodbye with Radha. Due to Nehru's death, the country is devastated. Bharat and Vilayati look for various jobs. 11 years later Bharat joins Indian migrants prompted by oil discovery in Saudi Arabia to earn money for his second sister Mehek's marriage. There he falls in love with his chief engineer Kumud Raina, who he fondly addresses as "Madam Sir." Kumud asks Bharat for marriage, but he refuses out of fear that it would come in his way of fulfilling Gautam's promise. Back in India, Kumud arrives to announce her love for Bharat. They begin a live-in relationship. 8 years later Jamuna dies; Bharat is accepted for the job of the stationmaster. During 1983 Cricket World Cup, Keemat, in need of money, plans to sell the store, but Bharat disagrees and says that he and Jamuna had worked hard and he did not want to sell the store. Keemat asks him to buy the store from him. Bhar at does so, as he still has hopes that Gautam will come back. Bharat leaves India again with Vilayati as a sailor for a period of 8 months. He earns enough money to buy the store and Vilayati marries Susan, a foreigner. 12 years later After economic liberalization in India and globalization, Kumud becomes the creative director of newly-formed Zee TV and runs a program in which relatives separated during the partition are reunited. During the program, Bharat converses with Meher, a London resident adopted by a British family during the partition, and realizes she is Gudiya and comes back to India. An emotional reunion ensues. Janki dies soon after; Bharat hopes to find Gautam also. Present day Bharat decides to sell the store, which he stubbornly refused to do despite losses. Before reaching the train, Gautam promised he would reunite with him at the store, explaining why Bharat held on to the store for so long. Bharat realizes Gautam is probably too old to survive still. He sees a v ision of him, assuring that Bharat kept his promise and asking him to move on. Tearful, Bharat marries Kumud, finally moving on. Cast Salman Khan as Bharat: Janki and Gautam's son; Chote, Gudiya and Mehek's brother; Vilayti's friend; Radha's former love interest; Kumud's husband Katrina Kaif as Kumud Raina Kumar: Bharat's chief engineer-turned-wife Disha Patani as Radha: Bharat's friend and former love interest Sunil Grover as Vilayti Khan: Bharat's best friend; Suzan's husband Tabu as Meher "Gudiya" Kumar: Janki and Gautam's daughter; Bharat, Chote and Mehek's sister (special appe