What follows may have been true. From the Inner city ghetto of West Delhi, Lucky, a gawky 15-year-oId lower middle class Sikh kid, rises to become one of the most wanted master thieves of India with tens of millions worth loot, a glamorous lifestyle, cars, women, and a fan following. Over his adventures, we see Lucky form his worldview. And that is - if you don't have it, steal it, Together with his childhood friend Bangall he graduates to becoming a full-fledged thief. Luckyf's journey sees him develop Into a flamboyant playboy who now wants more than just the riches. Mow he needs the respectability and the social standing of a city gentleman without sacrificing that reckless freedom he cherfshes - the freedom to steal. But this is, perhaps, half the tale. The other half is about why a wealthy thief who stole tens of millions worth of jewellery, cars, gadgets and other valuables would also steal a greeting card, a teddy bear and a framed photo of a family playing in the snow.