Dil De Ke Dekho’ is a romantic comedy that beautifully captures struggles of cupid bitten, love-struck couples from three generations belonging to neighbouring families. Aptly named, ‘Dil De Ke Dekho’, the show chronicles a journey showing how each couple is challenged with and faces hurdles that only make their passion stronger thereby safeguarding the belief in love. Set in Delhi, Dil De Ke Dekho is the story of two families, the Shastris and the Chopras who happen to be neighbours. Coincidently, the singles from each family find a love interest in the opposite’s house. The show will present a unique facet of love, how each generation struggles with it and how they perceive and interpret it. The oldest character Hridayanath Shastri, played by Kanwaljit Singh, a widower, gives a second chance to love at this stage of life and tries to woo his neighbour Tulsi Chopra, Navneet Nishan, who is an ex- stuntwoman from Bollywood. On the other hand, the middle-aged couple Simran Shastri, played by Preet Kaur, and Kamal Chopra played by Amit Tandon spent their heydays in search of their respective soulmates without realizing that their true love is right next door. The generation Y, the youngest in both the families, grandchildren, Rahul Shastri and Preet Chopra have a different and modern take on love altogether.
Tulsi sings a song in front of all the guests on the occasion of her birthday. Sheri and Atal have a tiff. Tinki and Bunty ask their families to not meet their neighbours in the future. The kids fight and call eachother names.
Tulsi’s family greets her for her birthday. They plan to celebrate her birthday in the evening. Hridaynath tells Tulsi that he has not sent her any love letter.
Preet accidentally in public tells Rahul that she knows palmistry. People to get their hand read surround her. Preet tells Rahul that soon he will find the love of his life. Sheri comes to Atal’s house. Tulsi scolds Hridaynath for sending her a love letter.