Datta Salunkewrote on Apr 29 2010 12:05PM
Mr Bhatti is a delusional character who wins a trip to the Lake District out of the blue, he comes over, with a group of Indian tourists visiting the Lake District. Bhatti is under the impression that he has been called over by George W.Bush, for supposed ‘peace talks’ being the delusional man he is. But it’s not just the scenery and the possible meeting with Bush, which attracts Bhatti’s interest. Alice an English girl also catches his eye.
Alice has spent six months in India and is into meditation, bhajans and yoga. Perfect!
But although Bhatti is immediately fascinated with Alice, so too is Prem, an eligible bachelor, also travelling with the group.
Bhatti knows that Prem isn’t a nice guy, so he’s determined to protect Alice in every way he can. This leads to a meditative war between Bhatti and Prem. Alice pays more attention to the older man, Bhatti, however Prem is determined to win over Alice with the help of Priya. Priya is the daughter of one of the touring couple the Shah’s, and when Prem realises he has lost the fight for Alice, he also comes to the realisation that his pursuit for Alice has brought upon feelings for his ‘partner in crime’ Priya. Alice mysteriously disappears one day and a full blown investigation takes place.
The hunt for Alice leads the police (one of Indian origin, the other from Cumbria) to a remote part of Lake Windermere. Here they find Alice's clothes, jewellery - and some blood-stains.
Bhatti and Prem are the chief suspects, they’re arrested and a series of routine checks are made on each of them. And that’s when Bhatti’s terrible secret is discovered - he’s a terrorist , wanted by police worldwide. Or is he?
Abu Siddique has been underground for a long time, so the police decide to use Bhatti as a decoy, confident the real Abu will surface as a result. This creates a hilarious comedy of errors, which ends with heroic Bhatti helping to prevent a huge catastrophe, with the aid of the tourist group - and getting the real Abu Siddique caught as a result.