The first ten minutes of the film is a history lesson. 156 years ago the Kohinoor diamond was taken by the British from the Sikh king of the Punjab. Colonel Ranjit Singh (Steve Nijjar) is descended from that royal line and dreams about what happened 156 years ago to complete the history lesson. He is a special ops person for Canada, fighting jungles wars (that look filmed in Canada) in order to keep Canadians safe and free. (I didn't write this stuff, Nijjar did.) Michelangelo, a mafia guy (Victor Altomare) arranges for the jewels to be displayed in Toronto. He plans on having them stolen so they can be sold to Singh's uncle. Meanwhile the uncle is trying to convince his special ops nephew to steal the jewel, making our sole protagonist into a thief.
This was a long low budget production. The acting was bad, the lines were awful, trite, and cliché. The character of the uncle was idiotic and his actions were unnecessary except to add to the stupidity of the film. After 150 years of living in the west, this Sikh group still have accents. Plot has question marks. A film I wanted to like, but could only laugh at the effort.
The Kohinoor diamond is real and Indian wants it back, although it's ownership and history are far more complex than what the film shows us. Pakistan also lay claim to the diamond which at one time was in Persia and Afghanistan. The film, if anything, draws attention to the spoils of conquest, that doesn't have a statue of limitations to the offended.