The lyrics, a clip from a movie ~ As your best friend, is softly sung as our truly royal, by way of a long loyalty, friend opens the door of the limousine for her leads her up the steps and down the aisle of the beautiful church. She is about to marry the love of her life and her best friend made sure it is all possible.
Several scenes in the movie show comic results while still embracing the serious subject matter of the film ~ The kind of love that leads to matrimony, not a spur of the moment decision based on either retaliation, physical needs or politics ~ Jazz orders a glass of vodka when she has to meet with the man she does not want to marry in order to appear loose. She acts very drunk and begins discussing sex right away. She brings up Osama Bin Laden, who her date does not care for or like very much. She then toys with her unsuspecting date in order to present herself as a poor conversationalist so that he may purposely reject her. She attempts to convince her father that his proposed ideal is a poor match for her ~ And hopes to marry the man who shows up in an expensive red sports car later that week.
After all, she thinks this man seems like an exciting prince. She starts to wear the latest fashions. Wearing her dresses and modern clothing, she begins to sing song words to herself like, “Don’t you wish your girlfriend was hot like me.” His license plate is 1CB. Jazz, used to living like a hermit, and so therefore deals with her shyness on the drive to Buckingham Palace to meet Prince Charles with her new love. Her female friend, Suzanne objects as she climbs into the left side of the sportscar anyway telling him, “I am not dressed to meet a prince.” However, it appears that providence sweeps the employee off of her lovely feet anyway, and soon clothing or the lack of something really high priced does not appear to be an issue. Now she is finally off to the destiny she always dreamed of. Like Princess Grace standing on the mountain of a dream come true, called true love ~ She is off to speak with, meet and gret and entertain great princes and star nobility of the most high standard.
The comedy, romance, good music and desh bhakti complement the fact that Jasmeet, or Jazz, her preferred name, does everything she can to defeat her father’s plans to find a native mate for her in India in a Punjab village. However, she does bow down to his wishes and yet engages in a western lifestyle, enjoying her free time at places like the techno-disco.
Some rivalry between the British and Asian culture is represented. My greatest enjoyment of the movie is the music by Himesh Reshammiya. Although typically I am a fan of classical music, the songs ‘Takna Takna,” and ‘Rafta Rafta” provide some rather interesting and easy listening pleasure.