|Banner||Tulips Film Lts.|
|Music Director||T.S.Jarnail, Siddharth Suhas, Tony Kakkar, Channi Singh|
|Film Editing||Sanjay Verma|
|Playback Singers||Mona Singh, Anupam Kher, Bandana Sharma, Sonu Kakkar, Neha Kakkar, Anupam Kher, Taz.|
|Mr. Bhatti||Anupam Kher|
|A Tourist||Shakti Kapoor|
|Mr. Bose||Aman Irees|
|Inspector Javed Khan||Abid Ali|
|Mr Bhatti is a delusional character who wins a trip to the Lake District out of the blue. He comes over with a group of Indian tourists visiting the Lake District. Bhatti is under the impression that he has been called over by George W. Bush for supposed peace talks being the delusional man he is. But it's not just the scenery and the possible meeting with Bush, which attracts Bhatti's interest; Alice, an English girl also catches his eye. Alice has spent six months in India and is into meditation, bhajans and yoga. Perfect! Although Bhatti is immediately fascinated with Alice, so too is Prem, an eligible bachelor, also travelling with the group.
Brij Bhushan Bhatti (Kher) is a nerdy assistant bank manager and a wannabe private detective who keeps calling up the White House because he wants to talk to the US President George Bush and share his 'peace plan' with him. When the intolerable Bhatti gets a mysterious package containing details of a free vacation to Liverpool, he jumps at the chance nd straight into a murky plot involving a lookalike terrorist named Abu Siddique (Anupam kher again) with a diabolical plan to blow up various parts of the United Kingdom, a moll Katie (Bhairavi Goswami), who talks in an irritating baby voice, a cop Javed Khan (Abid Ali), who wants Bhatti to infiltrate Siddique's gang to ferret out information, a Pakistani staying in London (Shakti Kapoor) and a motley crew of other equally asinine characters, who seem hell bent on ruining the viewer's day. Needless to say, the clumsy bumpkin Bhatti manages to save the day and becomes a hero for one and all.