Neha (Kritika) moves to Mumbai from Bhopal after her parents propose an arranged marriage for her with an NRI. She’s not ready for it and wants to prove to her affluent parents that she is better off on her own. But destiny has other plans for this confused damsel in distress, who revels in being miserable and befriends those who add to her misery and self-destruction.
Don’t go with the title or the poster as BA Pass 2 is not an erotic sequel and thankfully, devoid of sleaze. It perhaps studies vulnerable and clueless people like its central character, who aren’t talented or ambitious enough and thus struggle to survive in this demanding and competitive world, unlike those who know what they want. But the premise is shaky and lacks logic.