Lightweight, thoroughly charming fluff about the gulf between immigrant parents and their assimilated children and the family ties that bridge the divide. London tomboy Jasminder "Jess" Bhamra (Parminder Nagra) will be the death of her tradition-minded Sikh parents (Anupam Kher, Shaheen Khan), who emigrated from India to England so their children could have better lives. Jess's older sister, sharp-tongued stewardess Pinky (Archie Panjabi), is engaged to a successful Indian boy from a good family. Jess is smart and studious; she could get into a good college and make a fine marriage of her own. But she lives for soccer; her mother's efforts to teach her to cook proper...