Upbeat comedy set in Glasgow and directed by Pratibha Parmar. Nina Shah (Shelley Conn) is a feisty young Indo-Scottish woman with an identity crisis, who left home under a cloud after a row with her father. When her father dies unexpectedly some time later, Nina is forced to return home to run the family-owned Curry House. This reunites her with her childhood friend Bobbi (Ronny Jhutti|), a Bollywood drag queen, and brings her face to face with Lisa (Laura Fraser), a charismatic young woman who now owns half the restaurant. Nina embarks on a personal mission to win back the family business and to fulfil her father's secret wish of winning the 'Best of the West' curry competition. But Nina's feelings are thrown into turmoil when she realises she is falling in love - with Lisa. Can she win both prizes?
United Kingdom released, PAL/Region 2 DVD: LANGUAGES: English ( Dolby Digital 2.0 ), ANAMORPHIC WIDESCREEN (1.78:1), SPECIAL FEATURES: Interactive Menu, Scene Access, Trailer(s), SYNOPSIS: Returning to Glasgow to run her recently deceased father's curry house, Nina Shah, a feisty, young, Indo-Scottish woman, finds half of the business is owned by Lisa, daughter of the local bookie. She is also reunited with her childhood friend Bobbi, a Bollywood drag queen. Nina and Lisa embark on their personal mission to win the ''Best of the West'' curry competition, a highly coveted prize in the world of Indian cuisine. A blend of adventure and discovery follows with humourous and startling results. ...Nina's Heavenly Delights