It’s the city of Istanbul and Bahadir, a bridegroom who’s about to marry his lady love Nazli Noyan, falls prey to an outlandish bid on a mobile call to con him, in reference to a terror plot. After losing the money, Nazli’s father Asim Noyan, who also happens to be a full-time con-artist, is forced to resolve this case and win the lost amount back. Meanwhile, the father-son duo Ihasan and Naim too are fooled by another con-artist (who’s part of Asim’s team) in the garb of a businessman, who lures them with a contract. How would these two ends meet? The result is a confusion comedy, which despite its interesting premise, never gathers enough steam to make an impression.
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