Lucky Negi (Sneha Ullal) is the quintessential dreamer, soft, beautiful and gentle. Her one big belief, that if you search from the bottom of your heart then you can find the rainbow, not just the rainbow but also the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow. One calm "Petersbergian" morning Lucky's riding to school and calling on all her guardian angels to grant her a miracle, a tweeny-weeny, itsy-bitsy one putting it in her words, "Please God I wish from the bottom of my heart that school is shut today".
But sometimes our deepest wish can turn into our worst nightmare and that is what happens with Lucky. Her journey to school becomes her most desperate journey of survival. Lucky's bicycle has a flat tire, and she ends up almost being molested by a young Russian. Caught unaware by an unexpected wave of insurgency in Eastern Europe, Lucky tries to flee to safety. As the dread and fear overtake she meets a stranger, a fellow countryman Aditya Sekhri (Salman Khan). Aditya is smart, wicked, witty, charming and a true blue yet sophisticated guy.
Then begins an unforgettable journey from highways and mouldy cemeteries to abandoned theatres and icy snowdrifts. Terrorists strike out with bombs and guns and chaos breaks loose, the telephone lines are down and there is no electricity. A journey where violence and tragedy stalk them constantly and where there is little time for talk and survival comes only from being constantly at guard. As they march through savage ambushes and the icy wilderness of a foreign land, they discover the limits of their endurance, and more importantly love