Transposing age-old show-biz stereotypes onto an ethnic minority--the Pakistanis of London--helps season this well-intentioned comedy with some spice but not much dramatic bite. With its Three Stooges slapstick interrupting cross-generational clashes and social-class skirmishes, one gets
the feeling THE WILD WEST is being guided by an uncertain, immature hand.
Scrounging up a living working for their well-established emigre uncles, Pakistanis Zaf (Naveen Andrews), his brothers Kay (Ronny Jhutti) and Ali (Ravi Kapoor), and their cousin Gurdeep (Ameet Chana), spend their spare time rehearsing their country and western band. Besides contending with limited