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Coming of Age, Drama, Sport
English / Hindi / Punjabi
This feel good comedy set in west London follows the dreams of Jessminder and Jules whose shared passion for football brings them together in a local girls' team. The only problem is that Jess' traditional-minded Indian parents would never approve of such activity - so she spins a series of elaborate yarns in order to not get found out and continue to play. But when her sister Pinky's wedding falls on the same day as a vital match, she's left facing a dilemma over which part of her life should come first...
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