By Bettina Gracias
A sparkling comedy with a delicious touch of irony set in the eighties.
Mrs Singh has discovered the liberating effect of dancing. Her son Tej disapproves of this ‘low life’ activity. He is obsessed with becoming a doctor and cutting things up. Her daughter Cassie hates the idea of her parents’ liberation and demands an arranged marriage. Her husband is weary of her enthusiasm and desperate to find a way out of a local dance competition. He fakes illness but Mrs Singh persuades her son to dance with her instead. After many twists and turns Mr and Mrs Singh win the dance competition and Cassie manages to arrange her own marriage.
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