A group of women of Indian descent take a trip together from their home in Birmingham, England to the beach resort of Blackpool. The women vary in ages from mid-teens to old, and initially have little in common. But the events of the day lead them to better mutual understanding and solidarity.
A day to set yourself free!
Did You Know?
Although meant to be set in Birmingham, the women's centre is filmed in Merrick Road, Southall. On their way to Blackpool the bus can be seen driving on Western Road, Southall. The service station purporting to be on the M6 is actually the Heston Services M4 westbound. Finally the enterance to the M6 which all the characters drive on is the Hayes bypass in Middlesex. See more
There is no consistent "Brummie" accent (West Midlands UK) throughout from the main characters. See more
Featured in Goodness Ungracious Me!
Tchip Tchip Song
Performed by Raymond Walbank
Composed by Werner and Rendell
Publishing courtesy of Werner/Valentine Music See more