Dhan Dhana Dhan Goal | 2007
Southall United Football Club is facing its deepest crisis ever. Bankrupt, with no stars, no coach, no sponsors, no takers, no spectators and, most importantly, no owner. After the city council sends an eviction notice, there's only one last chance to save the ground, the club and their honor. Now, Southall United must win the Combined Counties Football League in their otherwise last season. Shaan takes up the challenge to save the club from extinction. After a disesteemed ex-player, Tony Singh, joins them as the coach, in spite of being sniggered and laughed at, he and Shaan work to gather the worn out team. Sunny Bhasin dreams to play for England crashes after his club does not select him. The reason is apparently not his game but the color of his skin. Sunny had always laughed at his own community and Southall United and could never see eye to eye with Shaan. Adding to their personal chaos is Shaan's cousin's sister, Rumana, who is in love with Sunny. Tony manages to convince Sunny to play for Southall United, but it takes a while before Shaan and the team warms up to Sunny. With Sunny joining Southall United, the team gradually starts climbing the points tally. The city's council is worried. The only goal that the pragmatic Sunny has is winning--with all of the material perks and fame that he can acquire. He is more interested in being noticed himself, than Southall United winning the cup. When Johnny Bakshi, a commentator and a frontman of the council, plans to lure Sunny away from Southall United, the man will need to sacrifice everything he believed in for something in which he never believed. His love for Rumana, his relationship with his father and his life are at stake.