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Gajjar, who maintains our Bollywood section at BBC Shropshire:
United football club is going through a major crisis. The team has
no stars, no sponsors, no spectators and most importantly, no coach.
the members live in hope that the club will win the cup this year.
who works for the Southall council, collaborates with Johnny Patel,
a sports commentator, to acquire a large piece of land that belongs
to the club.
they highlight the club's poor performance and threaten to have
the land taken away from them, unless their performance improve.
Devi Dhariwal, the owner of the club, hopes to save the land from
the greed of Anne and Johnny Patel.
the captain of Southall United, hopes to win by playing his last
trump card and that is to bring in a well known ex-player to coach
then, there is Sunny Bhasin (John Abraham) who hopes to become a
member of a top team and play premiership football - the dream of
every aspiring British footballer.
gains moral support all the way from his close friends (Bipasha
Basu, Arshad Warsi and Boman Irani). These characters fight the
battle of hope through relationships, pride and their dreams.
the coach manage to pull his team together? How does Sunny become
part of this team? And most importantly, will the club win the title
and retain the ground?
the director of Chocolate (2005) and the producer of the UK box
office hit, Rang De Basanti, comes another compelling drama focusing
on the Asian community in the UK.
received rave reviews when it was promoted at this year's Cannes
in the presence of John Abraham and Bipasha Basu.
film is said to be releasing in the UK this summer by Studio 18.
by Manish Gajjar,
BBC Bollywood Correspondent