Vik is a simple guy running his pizza joint with down sliding revenues. Chichi is his best friend, who is a guy with ants in his pants. He offers Vik a quick fix solution - the Jhol, to pull up his revenues. They plan to introduce a new topping for the pizzas called 'shorty' which will not only win them a lot of customers but will ensure that they stay addicted to the pizzas.
The so called topping - 'shorty' even though is a herb is actually a mild narcotic because of its high inducing and addictive qualities. Vik rejects the idea at first, but his urgent need for funds to get his sister Nita married off and also to fund his girlfriend Rhea's final term in the USA, ultimately empowers the devil’s advocate in him. He buckles in with the plan, but with a rider, that they shall maintain a low profile. Soon they meet Vinod, a pro on drugs, who offers to help them grow their business and troubleshoot when needed. They make their quick bucks and life couldn’t be better than this. They have hilarious fun and party with drugs. But of course it is all too good to be true and there is a catch. There always is!
The drug business headed by the formidable kingpin Gaylord gets a whiff of these two idiots, who are spoiling the markets by selling relatively cheap narcotic pizzas. The anti narcotics department starts sniffing around them too. Vik suffers a big jolt in his personal life. At this point Gaylord makes them an offer they cannot accept, but Gaylord only makes offers that cannot be refused. Now they are in deep shit. They also get to see the ill effects of drugs through a quick tour of a drug rehab centre. Realisation dawns on them and they want to quit the world of drugs right away.
But can they?... or is it the end of the road for them ?
To find out watch Jhol and experience a gripping narrative highlighted by never before seen situations and characterisations.