Tanu Weds Manu is 2011 bollywood Romantic Comedy Drama film. Manoj Manu Sharma is a NRI specialist living in London. He comes to India to locate an Indian lady and get hitched. His folks have officially short-recorded a few young ladies for him to meet, and they take him to Kanpur to meet Tanuja "Tanu" Trivedi. After they arrive in Kanpur, a cluster of goons in the city pick a fight with Manu for reasons unknown by any stretch of the imagination, and give him a couple of slaps, because of which he comes to the Trivedi living arrangement in a messy condition. At Tanu's home, the two arrangements of guardians find that they get on to a great degree well with each other, and choose that if Manu likes Tanu, they can settle the issue instantly. There is one minor hitch: Tanu's mom discloses to her visitors that Tanu has been sick since yesterday and can't ascend from bed. She requests that Manu go up to Tanu's room and meet her there. She demonstrates Manu to Tanu's room and leaves to the kitchen. Tanu is exceptionally inert, and Manu at first feels that she is modest and timid. He soon understands that Tanu is in reality sleeping soundly. He looks at her wonderful resting figure, and likes what he sees. He comes ground floor and tells both the families that he will wed her. Before making the commitment open, the families choose to go on a journey and look for the endowments of God. Amid the prepare travel, Tanu finds a chance to talk secretly with Manu, and discloses to him that she had deliberately taken resting pills to nod off, to abstain from meeting him. She lets him know discourteously that she cherishes another person, and that she has her darling's name inked on her chest; she likewise discloses to him that the hooligans who had roughed him up when he at first arrived in Kanpur had been sent by her sweetheart. She requests that Manu should now dismiss her. Manu is to a great degree frustrated on the grounds that he prefers her monstrously, thus do his folks, however he obediently does the average thing. Assuming the fault upon himself, and not uncovering to anybody the way that the young lady is having an affection illicit relationship with another man, he advises his dad to pass on to Tanu's folks that in the wake of becoming more acquainted with their little girl better, he has chosen not to wed her. Tanu's folks are all around miffed at this unforeseen development, yet since the anticipated commitment was known just to them, there is no open loss of face. Weeks pass, and Manu's folks bring out different recommendations from their waitlist for him to meet. He meets a few forthcoming young ladies from appropriate families, however can't overlook Tanu. One of the young ladies he meets is Ayushi (Neha Kaul), who had lost both her folks while still a youngster, and whose sibling Raja (Jimmy Sheirgill) is her gatekeeper. Raja, himself just a young person when their folks passed on, had dealt with Ayushi, never giving her a chance to endure in any capacity. What precisely Raja does with a specific end goal to help himself and his sister is a secret. Obscure to anybody, he is a card-sharp and part of a gathering of little time criminals who acknowledge "contracts" to perform different moderately minor violations. He is additionally great hearted, sympathetic to poor people, cherishes his sister genuinely, and needs her to be hitched to a not too bad man and to settle down as spouse and mother. In the wake of meeting Ayushi, Manu reveals to Raja that she is an extremely pleasant young lady, however that he can't in great inner voice wed her, since he harbors uneven love for some other young lady. Raja praises him for his trustworthiness and treats him with monstrous regard. Manu and his companion Pappi travel to Punjab to go to the wedding of another school companion Jassi . After arriving, Manu discovers that Tanu is available there, and that she is a companion of Payal, Jassi's lady of the hour to-be. Throughout the following couple of days, Manu and Tanu strike up a companionship. Tanu discloses to Manu that she is nearly eloping, that she and her darling will get furtively wedded in a registry office, and after that present her folks with a fait accompli. She requests that he be an observer to their wedding in the registry office. As they leave on a prepare back to Chandigarh, they meet Raja once more, and in the wake of disclosing to Raja how Manu is enamored with somebody, Raja states they will all return to Kanpur and guarantees Manu he will wed him to any young lady he begins to look all starry eyed at. As Manu and Pappi achieve Jassi's "baraat", Manu gets a call from Raja, uncovering that Raja is Tanu's beau. Manu goes to the enlistment center's office, where Raja and Tanu are intending to run off, yet they are not ready to discover a pen to sign the papers! Manu has a pen in his coat, however lies and imagines that he doesn't have a pen, and the marriage is deferred for absence of a pen. Manu communicates stun that Raja, whom he had viewed as a not too bad man and obedient sibling, ought to run off along these lines. Raja discloses to Manu that he wouldn't like to be hitched in this stealthy way, yet Tanu's family could never acknowledge him, which is the reason they are eloping. He asks for Manu to mediate with Tanu's family and induce them to consent to her wedding Raja. Once more, Manu does the not too bad thing. He converses with Tanu's dad, and persuades him to acknowledge Raja. Seeing that their girl is resolved, and alleviated that an elopement has been deflected, Tanu's folks acknowledges the circumstance, though unwillingly. Arrangements for Tanu's wedding with Raja start. Tanu incidentally observes the wedding blessing that Manu is planning for her. It is an expansive notice, a collection of various photos of Tanu in her different mind-sets and postures, which Manu had snapped on different events. He is contributing the time and exertion expected to carefully make this composition as an uncommon wedding present for her. Tanu is contacted. In the interim, Raja does not have sufficient energy to purchase Tanu a wedding sari, so he requests that Manu enable him to out. Manu chases out a lovely sari in the business sectors of the city and conveys it to Tanu. Right now, he reveals to Tanu how happy he is that she is getting hitched in a respectable way, with the assent of guardians, in seeing God, dressed flawlessly as a lady of the hour in that dazzling sari. He admits to Tanu that at the registry office, he had a pen in his coat, yet did not like her to be hitched as such, and in this manner he lied. At that exact minute, Raja shows up, and takes Tanu away with him to meet a few companions. As she leaves with Raja, Tanu has blended sentiments. She is likewise extremely aware of how apprehensive and hesitant her folks are about her wedding Raja, how they have no interface with him by any means, contrasted with how rapidly they hit it off with Manu's folks and with Manu himself. That night, in the wake of achieving home, she contacts Manu and inquires as to whether he is enamored with her. Manu gives her a honest answer. In the wake of thinking about the issue, Tanu chooses to wed Manu, not Raja. Tanu's folks are cheered and pleased with this unforeseen development. Her dad makes all flurry to approach Manu's folks and look for the organization together from them in the customary way. Manu's folks, who remain unaware of late occasions, are shocked to see Tanu's dad at their entryway; all things considered, they had just declined him once, toward the finish of the tragic journey. Be that as it may, they had constantly enjoyed Tanu and her family, and it was Manu who had declined to wed her. After a brisk interview with Manu, who demonstrates his acknowledgment, they appropriately agree to the partnership. At this point, Raja has been educated that Tanu does not wish to wed him. Incensed, he storms into her home and debilitates her dad with critical outcomes if Tanu is hitched to anybody other than him. In the mean time, arrangements for Tanu's wedding are proceeding of course. Tanu's dad fixes an Inspector of Police according to the guideline of Pappi and Jassi, and gets Raja captured on false charges. The arrangement is that Raja will stay in prison for a couple of days, amid which time Tanu will be hitched and securely sent away. In any case, everybody is stunned to see that Raja is landing in a wedding processional as guaranteed, and touches base at the wedding scene in the meantime as Manu, the groom. Raja wields a weapon and makes a scene. Manu anyway declines to be terrified and starts prevailing upon Raja. In the interim, Tanu shows up at the entryway, dressed as a lady of the hour, and tells she isn't terrified also observing Manu's valor and starts to walk gradually towards the sacrificial stone. Raja points the firearm and nearly pulls the trigger, yet can't do it. He at that point helps Manu to remember the guarantee he had made to him, and he chooses to respect his guarantee, and reveals to Tanu he may be numerous things, yet he isn't a double-crosser. Furthermore, in the wake of seeing Tanu's affection, Manu's bravery and delightfulness, Raja understands that Manu is the correct counterpart for Tanu. He praises the couple with stifled tears and advise the band to play the drums to continue with the wedding.