West is West is a continuation of the well-told and hilarious story of the Khan family, several years on. Young Sajid (famed for his relentless attachment to his parkha coat) is now a 13 year old youth and, to mark his coming of age, his father, 60 year old George Khan, takes him to his native Pakistan to see George's long since abandoned first wife and family in the Punjab. George aims to teach Sajid a lesson about his cultural background and attempts to force him into a very different lifestyle, but the plot reverses when young Sajid shows that he has a greater maturity than his father had expected of him and that George himself has a great deal more to learn.
The film is well-humoured and has more than a touch of irony. I would certainly recommend it to anyone who has seen "East is East" and both films to anyone who has yet to see them.