Babli (Ranbir Kapoor) is a small-time car thief brought up in an orphanage and manages to charm everybody who knows him. His mantra is “Na sammaan ka moh, na apmaan ka bhay” (No yearning for respect, no fear of humiliation). Babli falls head over heels for Tara (Pallavi Sharda) whom he meets at a wedding, but he is clearly not her type. However, she in turn, insults him. Babli is at the same time being searched for by Inspector Chulbul Chautala (Rishi Kapoor) and his wife, head Constable Bulbul Chautala (Neetu Kapoor). Babli steals a car from outside Tara’s office and sells it to a Hawala King Bheem Singh Chandel(Javed Jaffrey). When he finds out that the car belonged to Tara, he offers her to come with him to Chandigarh to get it back from the goon. She agrees to go with him and eventually found out that her car was stolen by none other than Babli himself. Babli convince her that he was doing all these pity crimes to support the orphanage kids and will change if given a chance. Later, Babli and Tara steals the car from Chandel and runs back to Delhi. On their way home, they finds a bag full of hawala cash in the car that belongs to Chandel. Babli decides to keep the money for orphanage but is later been arrested by Chulbul and Bulbul Chautala. Tara gets Babli free by offering them all the money, but discovers that Chandel has tracked them down and kidnapped all the kids in orphanage. Now Babli and Tara sneaks into Chautala couple’s house to steal back the money only to be confronted by them. On knowing the whole story, the Chautala couple decides to help. Babli goes in with all the cash and negotiates with Chandel to set all kids free, but just then Chautala barges in with his police force leading to a crossfire. Later, in a one-on-one fight Babli beats Chandel black and blue and rescues all the kids. The story end with childless Chautala couples deciding to adopt Babli and not letting him to be a thief anymore.