Sanjay (Uday Chopra) realises he's in love with his childhood friend Anjali (Sanjana) only when she calls to say she's getting married. Sanjay's ex girlfriend-now-friend Ria (Bipasha Basu) persuades him to go and tell Anjali that he loves her. Sanjay soon meets Rohit (Jimmy Shergill) the groom who is a charming doctor from New York. He tries to sabotage the wedding by putting Rohit down before the family. But Rohit realises Sanjay's tricks.
The guys decide to try winning Anjali their ways before Rohit gets married to her in seven days. Ria comes to help him but Sanjay realises his folly and walks off a day before the wedding. Anjali in a truthful mood tells Rohit that Sanjay was her first love. Rohit unites the two lovers.
The director follows the Yash Chopra School of filmmaking throughout without a single fresh scene. The film though is a moderate attempt at clean and good cinema. The music by Jeet-Pritam is pleasant specially Sharara Sharara and Resham Si Hain Ye. Of course Uday Chopra has a bigger and better role, which he performs with sincerity. He makes you laugh at places too. Jimmy Shergill is competent while the newcomer Sanjana needs to join acting classes. Bipasha Basu?s special appearance is superb but she needs to take care of her eye makeup.
On the whole, Mere Yaar Ki Shaadi Hai is as sweet as it gets.