Champak Bansal (Irrfan) is a straightforward, humble community businessperson – one of the proprietor's of Ghasitaram sweet shop chain – who's having an agreeable existence with his high school little girl, Tarika (Radhika Madan). Be that as it may, Tarika has huge dreams – of moving on from a perceived college in London. With little intends to satisfy his girl's desire, how far will the dad go to guarantee Tarika understands her 'videshi goals'?
Angrezi Medium Review: Born and brought up in Udaipur (Rajasthan), Champak's reality practically spins around his day by day squabbling with his other Ghasitaram sibling, Gopi (Deepak Dobriyal), and thinking about his lone little girl, Tarika, who's good to go to graduate secondary school and set out on another scholarly excursion. In any case, in contrast to her dad, she wouldn't like to constrain her fantasies to the spot she has experienced childhood in; rather, she needs to investigate what lies outside of her little world. Unconscious of what's coming down the road, Champak yields to his girl's desires, however things begin to winding crazy when it boils down to paying the powerful charge. A devoted dad, Champak promises to take the necessary steps to send his little girl to concentrate abroad, and steps on a way that not just demonstrates his unequivocal love for his 'betiya', yet in addition rethinks their relationship.
Actors: Irrfan Khan, Radhika Madan, Kareena Kapoor, Deepak Dobriyal
Directors: Homi Adajania
Writers: Bhavesh Mandalia, Gaurav Shukla, Vinay Chhawal, Sara Bodinar
Producers: Dinesh Vijan, Jyoti Deshpande