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Nina's Heavenly Delights

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Directed by Pratibha Parmar
Produced by Pratibha Parmar
Marion Pilowsky
Chris Atkins
Written by Andrea Gibb
Starring Shelley Conn
Laura Fraser
Music by Steve Isles
Cinematography Simon Dennis
Editing by Mary Finlay
Distributed by Regent Releasing
Release date(s) United Kingdom September 29, 2006
United States November 21, 2007
Running time 94 min
Country UK
Language English

Nina's Heavenly Delights is a U.K. comedy film, directed by Pratibha Parmar, released 29 September 2006 in the United Kingdom. The film was released in the United States on 21 November 2007.



When young Glaswegian cook Nina Shah (Shelley Conn) returns home for her father's funeral after three estranged years in London, England, she begins a romantic relationship with Lisa (Laura Fraser), an old childhood friend who now owns half the late father's Indian restaurant, The New Taj. Together they seek to save the restaurant by winning the national "Best in the West Curry Competition" for a third year in a row. Nina's mother Suman (Veena Sood) and brother Kary (Atta Yaqub), however, want to sell the place to fellow restaurateur Raj (Art Malik), whose chef son Sanjay (Raji James) had been left at the altar by Nina. Lending the young women moral support is Nina's flamboyant gay friend Bobbi (Ronny Jhutti), and Nina's younger sister Priya (newcomer Zoe Henretty).



The film's soundtrack includes the Shelly Poole's song "Lost in You" and "Maybe That's What It Takes" by Alex Parks.

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