Mythri Movie Makers’ Kushi is a romantic comedy that traces the journey of a newly married couple trying to navigate the trials and tribulations of a marriage.
Bombay-based Viplav (Vijay Deverakonda) is the son of Lenin Satyam (Sachin Khedekar) and Rajalakshmi (Saranya Ponvannan), and the father-son duo are atheists. Viplav falls... head over heels in love with Aradhya (Samantha Ruth Prabhu) when they meet in Kashmir. Aradhya, on the other hand, lives in Pune with dad Sakharam Maharaj (Murali Sharma), grandmother (Lakshmi) as well as her sister and brother-in-law. Although both the families are happy with the choice of their children, there’s a problem. Sakharam Maharaj, who is a firm believer in God and horoscopes, feels that Viplav and Aradhya should perform a havan to stay happy in their married life but Viplav and his dad refuse because of their beliefs.
Despite many attempts, the couple fail to get their fathers on the same page, leading to them eloping. Life goes on smoothly till Aradhya gets pregnant with their first child but has a miscarriage. Now, Aradhya is convinced that the miscarriage happened because they avoided the havan and constantly requests Viplav to perform the havan. However, he stays adamant which slowly leads to friction and it starts affecting their marriage. After a major fallout, Aradhya returns to her parental home. A distraught Vilpav decides to bring her back, but her father continues to insist on the havan, leaving the couple in a dilemma.Read More