The Bakshis of Amritsar have four lovely daughters, and Mrs Bakshi (Nadira Babbar) is determined to get them all married off into the right hands and right family. Her first target is the expatriate Balraj (Naveen Andrews) who jets home for a wedding - someone else\'s. Mrs Bakshir reckons he\'d be ideal for her eldest, Jaya (Namrata Shiorodkar). Balraj has brought his sister Kiran (Indira Varma) and best friend, US hotel chain heir Darcy (Martin Hendesron). Darcy immediately notices second eldest daughter, Lalita (Aishwarya Rai), but she snubs his apparently arrogant and snobbish approach. And when Lalita meets the footloose Johnny Wickham (Daniel Gillies), the love triangle is complete - except the secrets that surprise Lalita and confuse her as to which is the right man for her.
 

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This is the ultimate in escapist cinema as cultures collide in an explosion of color, dance and romance.

At a lavish village wedding, meddling Mrs. Bakshi played by Nadira Babbar is desperately seeking suitable husbands for her four lovely daughters. Indian superstar Aishwarya Rai is Lalita, the head strong daughter who refuses to marry for any other reason than love. When her gaze falls on Martin Henderson\'s wealthy Hotelier Will Darcy, the stage is set for emotional fire works.

As in all great love stories the road is strewn with misunderstandings, prejudice and gossip. An outrageous comedy of errors plays out as they cross three continents in the name of love.This is the ultimate in escapist cinema as cultures collide in an explosion of color, dance and romance. In typical Bollywood style, it\'s overblown and melodramatic, but leave your critical faculties at the door and put your prejudices aside. This is a celebration of love and life. And it\'s surprisingly true to the classic English novel. I sang and danced my way home with the ghost of Jane Austen.