I did not expect a movie like this when I went to see this one...but as I watched it gradually I found it so natural and entertaining that I really felt very happy! I found the movie based on a pakistani village ...very similar to our village... the happenings are also very hilarious and very well presented!
The actors are superb and they did not seem to be acting at all! The scenario is so well made that you feel that you are watching a tale of an Indian village!
I think it is a very good film .. for those who want to get entertained without item songs and useless crime scenes.
I wish I could see more of this type of movies.
It is a story of a Pakistani person who went to England to do something and stayed back marrying an English woman. He left a wife at his native place with daughters. He used to send money to his wife regularly but did not return for more than thirty years. At England he had two sons and he thought he will get his sons acquainted with his native village and send his grown up elder son there.
His younger son a lad of about 13/14 years
was going astray at England and George the person thought to take him along with him to his village after a long time!
When he reached there he fond how shabbily his other family was living there...so instead of returning to England he stayed back and tried to give his family a house and other comfort. He arranged a mentor for his unruly younger son, who did an excellent job(a sufi..the teacher)to convert him to a gentle boy! His English wife came to the village rushing after his long absence and adjusted gracefully with his other family with her friend. She was concerned more for her younger son.She loved her husband too.
The former wife realized the situation and told George(Om Puri)to return to England.. as she is able and accustomed of his absence at the village.Meanwhile both of the sons enjoyed staying at the village as they became accustomed of the nature and earthy touch of their ancestral village!
There are more story inside but You have to see the movie for it. It is really worth to see this film!