Two months from now a marriage arranged fifteen years ago will take place. Two people worlds apart on one planet. Sangeetha, a first generation Indian immigrant living in the cheese and beer state of Wisconsin, is prepared to honor traditional heritage and do as she is told. Siva, a Hollywood star struck modern Indian living with his mother in New Delhi, has no intention of getting married, especially to his cousin. He’s driven by a promise made to Mother Earth; produce movies that educate people about the environmental damage happening on the planet. As a conduit between the natural and supernatural, Siva has unique insight that can communicate on how to live in harmony with the environment. Dreams of Hollywood could be realized, with an all expensed paid trip to America, if he can just play along with the arranged marriage.

After setting foot in America, his fast train to bright lights, big city are quickly derailed when coming face to face with everyone that will be hurt if he does not marry, yet he partially confesses to his uncle. Hurt is not in Krishna’s vocabulary, but infuriated is. Siva is banished from Uncle Krishna’s home and restaurant and sentenced to do hard labor, cleaning out a recently purchased property. A curious neighbor Britney helps him clean the dilapidated house which ignites a chain of events that unite two people in search of one spirit.

Ghost Galen, a tormented Vietnam veteran, is stuck inside the house and cannot move on to his next life. The downside of Siva’s “conduit” status is his vulnerability to ghost attacks. Galen takes advantage of this disposition by regularly practicing his commando training on Siva as punishment for throwing his stuff out. As Siva and Britney clean out the house, they perform Indian rituals, have unexpected house guests including a guru, a cow, Siva’s mother from India , as well as other nosy neighbors. Collectively, they piece together the life of a man using only what belongings he has left behind. Galen’s spirit guides them to a place where random meets purpose, healing replaces pain, and truth finds love.