Future Toh Bright Hai Ji in which the film deals with an attention-grabbing narrative plot involving a couple who have aspirations to fly sky high, but are struck with misfortunes of the lower-middle class existence. Our main protagonist (Ajay Kumar) is an assistant writer in a TV serial and aspiring to turn into an independent writer whereas his wife (Sonia Singh) is a character artist in a serial coping to be a film star. The couple struggle hard to find their way to success but each day turn out to be an awful one. The two characters are set in contrast to each other in terms of their characterizations: the husband preaches values that guide decision making. He thinks the things that make life happy have to do with complacency. On the contrary, the wife tempts a high society life. Equal, but different: the husband serves his wife in the differences. Thus, venturing into romance each time after a disparagement. A fine day both of them are taken to an astrologer by a friend-colleague of Sonia. The astrologer blesses the couple with a bright future within the next seven days of their living. The wife has an affirm belief in this decision by the astrologer, but the husband constantly sniggers.