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Alone in his room in a London madrasah, Musah tries on an abaya, a hijab and a shawl: he has crossed over – to outsiders he has become a Muslim woman. In a Pakistani haveli, his cousin, the nubile Iram, waits to fulfil the will of Dadaji, their grandfather. She and Musa must marry. When Musa’s siblings and friends step in to help him fight tradition and achieve what he wants – a love match – their efforts lead to outrage, hilarity and, ultimately, tragedy.