|1||Chop Chop||Mic3Ophone||4||Lyrics||2 : 34|
|2||Welcome Maiyya||Onkar Singh, Jitender Dev||3||Lyrics||8 : 26|
|3||Tu Tu Tu||Ankur Tewari||3||Lyrics||2 : 8|
|4||Tu Joota Main Tera Fita||Anand Bajpai||4||Lyrics||3 : 4|
|5||1 2 3 Gangster Jagran||Ashish Ddavidd, Jitender Dev||3||Lyrics||2 : 3|
|6||Phacebook Pyaar||Tulsi Kumar, Palash Sen||2||Lyrics||3 : 2|
|7||Tarzan||Anmol Malik, Anu Malik||5||Lyrics||3 : 52|
Kuku Mathur, played by Siddharth Gupta is a timid boy from Delhi who suffers low self-esteem, especially since his father has put great pressure on him to fare well in academics and in his career. Reeling in the high expectation of him, Kuku finds a job as a spot boy at film shootings, where he serves tea and does other odd jobs on sets. He is dissatisfied with his job and finds himself being his best while cooking and realizes he has a real talent for it, but no funds.
Kuku’s only good friend Ronnie Gulati, played by Ashish Juneja is his last hope of succeeding in life. But Ronnie’s father has already put the responsibility on him to take care of their new business so he gets occupied completely with that and manages to give very little or no time to Kuku. A frustrated and heartbroken Kuku burns down his godown and uses the materials there to start his own restaurant.
Kuku Mathur Ki Jhand Ho Gayi is written by Vijay, directed by Aman Sachdeva and produced by Ekta & Shobha Kapoor and Bejoy Nambiar. The cinematography is by Uday Singh Mohite. The music is composed by Mikey McCleary, Palash Sen and Anand Bajpai.