Abhay Deol: Arjun Burman
Arjun is Aalia's brother-in-law, her husband Karan's younger brother. He is intelligent, articulate, mature and in essence, the perfect Jane Austen hero with no faults but the desire to achieve perfection in all aspects of his life. He has a strict moral code that he lives his life by. An investment banker by profession, he shuttles between London, New York, San Francisco and New Delhi. A Wharton alumni, Arjun has seen the world and dated various women. But he wants only one - Aisha - if only she would realize her own potential and see herself the way he sees her. He constantly reprimands her and points out all her faults but all he really wants to do is hold her and never let her go.
Arunoday Singh: Dhruv Singh
The charming, gorgeous man whom every girl would instantly have a huge crush on. He knows he is good-looking and smoothes his way in everywhere with his effortless charm and panache. He lost his mother when he was teen and was brought up by his father Col. Singh. He is a player and can plot and plan his way to achieve his goals without a conscience.
Cyrus Sahukar: Randhir Ghambir
Randhir, a Doon school product is the typical Punjabi wimpy mamma's boy who falls in and out of love every six months. But during those six months, he falls head over heels for that particular girl. He is a flirt in a harmless way and is innocently stupid.
Ira Dubey: Pinky Bose
Pinky has been Aisha's best friend since kinder garden. At one point they were like Siamese twins joined at the hip. Pinky comes from a filthy rich background, an only child, her parents made up for their unavailability through material objects. As a result of growing up without love or physical affection. Pinky has become a cynical, hard-to-please girl with strong opinions and a biting sense of humour that she uses as a self-defense mechanism. She knows she isn't very intelligent or pretty, so uses her eccentric fashion sense to get attention. But she isn't ditsy. She has a strong head on her shoulders and knows that in order to survive in this world, you have to carve your own path.
Amrita Puri: Shefali Thakur
Shefali is young, naïve, gullible, behenji form the back of beyond Bahadurgarh, Haryana. An orphan from a middle class family, she has been brought into the big city for the sole purpose of being married off by her uncle and aunt. She looks up to Aisha and takes her word as the law. She is insecure and under-confident and needs someone to just tell her she is perfectly fine. But know one does that and she just continues being Aisha's shadow.