KSBNT is a story about the unpredictability of modern-day urban relationships. Neel (Dibyendu Bhattacharya) and Ritu (Seema Mishra) have been having a live-in relationship for over a year. They are the perfectly odd couple. Ritu's colleague, Ozzy (Vishal Vatwani) is a disaster with women. He has had 13 failures so far; he's got the hots for Ritu. Neel secretly desires Diya (Sandhya Shetty), a celebrity model and Ritu's best friend. Diya keeps bed-hopping, because she is scared of committing. Sukhi (Rishi Khurana) is Neel's only and best friend. He keeps falling in and out of love every week. Recently he fell in love with his relationship counselor, Radhika (Madhoo); but she is gay. Too many hidden desires, too many insecurities, too much of confusion. How can one find true love? How important is sex? How can one know what one is truly looking for? The movie explores all these intimate issues of the male-female dynamics of modern-day urban India through a delectable romantic comedy.