Anirban finds himself in a sticky situation when his teenage son is fighting for his life in an ICU. The son doesn't respond to the treatment because he feels like a loser for not clearing his exams and doesn’t have the will power to fight back. Maya, his estranged wife, holds him responsible for this situation. Anirban decides to correct his son’s thinking process when it comes to calling himself a loser. He narrates to his son his college story where he and his hostel mates were considered the biggest losers in their institute due to their terrible sporting skills. The only problem is that his son doesn’t buy into the story as it sounds incredible for an institute which is meant to be focused on academics. Left with no choice Anirban gets in touch with his batch matches who he hasn’t spoken to in 25 years and hopes they will turn up from different parts of the world and narrate the story of their college years to his son. The story sees a seamless transition between the past and present where friends join in the journey and together take the son into the world where they have lived. A world that is full of exuberance and fun that a hostel and college life has to offer. A world where one meets interesting characters shares great times and becomes friends for life. Anirban and Maya’s these friends are Sexa, Derek, Mummy, Acid, and Bevda, each one as unique as his name. Together the group takes you on a journey that is hilarious yet so true to the moral lesson of how even setbacks can also have a positive influence on your life. So does their story inspire the son to want to fight for his life? Does recollecting the old days make the old gang introspect their lives today? A tale that tickles you and makes you emotional in equal doses leaves you with a profound question to answer for yourself. What defines you in life? Your results or your effort?