Jai has a knack of getting into trouble. He believes that 'It's Good to be Bad'. Jai heads to Australia for a new life. He meets Suhani, an Indian Australian from a traditional Punjabi family -- although she secretly has a liberal outlook. Her elder brother Samarth is the opposite, convinced Australians have an anti-Indian agenda. Jai gets a job as a taxi driver in Samarth's garage. He knows that if he can make Suhani fall in love with him he can attain permanent residency by marrying her, but he's also flirting with Nicole, who works in a nearby strip club. Nicole's brother Russell is a rowdy skinhead, and when Jai witnesses a racist assault on Samarth, he finds himself forced to take sides.