Mala is a rich woman who seeks a husband who will look after the household while she takes care of her business empire. She marries Shekher but also gets him to sign a one-year employment contract.
The Brexit Party is running in 275 seats, after deciding to stand down in the 317 won by the Tories in 2017.
It is also promising a "Clean Break " from all EU institutions.
He promised millions of trees would be planted to absorb carbon emissions.
Mr Farage said his party would save tens of billions of pounds by redirecting foreign aid, scrapping the HS2 rail project and stopping the UK's contributions to the EU.
Mr Farage said he favoured making civil servants sign a "pledge of political neutrality" and devising "political guidelines" for the Supreme Court.
Mr Farage accused the Conservatives of having "no intention" of reducing immigration numbers, as firms that supported them wanted "cheap labour".
"We would very much want to get immigration numbers down to what for 60 years were very acceptable and very workable post-war levels," he said. "Yes, I'm talking around about 50,000 people a Year . "
Mr Farage added that work permits would give "flexibility" to The System , as there was a difference between permanent settlement and allowing workers to come for a "time-limited period".
The former UKIP leader, who is not standing as a candidate in the election, said manifestos were a "means of telling people what they want to hear without ever having the genuine desire to implement them".
Instead, he said his party would be making a "" containing a "targeted set of deliverable pledges".
The Brexit Party has changed its tune on, yes, Brexit.
Until a few weeks ago its leader, Nigel Farage was saying a no-deal Brexit was the "only acceptable deal".
But this "contract" moves the goalposts.
Without saying so explicitly in this document, the Brexit Party is warning that it will campaign to ensure Mr Johnson sticks to his promise not to extend the transition any further.What are The Other parties pledging on Brexit, immigration and trees?
Brexit: The Conservatives say they will deliver Brexit by the end of January 2020 under the terms of the PM's deal negotiated with the EU.
Labour wants to renegotiate the PM's Brexit deal then put it to a referendum within six months, with the option of staying in the EU. The Party has not said which side it would take in such a vote.
The SNP wants Scotland to stay in the EU.
Immigration: Labour has not set a target in its manifesto, but has pledged to regulate the labour market to stop the "undercutting of wages and conditions".
For the Tories, Home Secretary Priti Patel has previously said overall immigration should come down, but not according to an "arbitrary" target.
Boris Johnson has promised to reduce unskilled migration.
The SNP says cutting immigration would damage the Scottish economy.
Trees: The Conservatives have said they will plant 30 million trees a Year by 2025 if they win the election.
The Liberal Democrats have pledged to plant twice as many trees in the same period.
Labour has promised an "ambitious programme of tree planting", including a forest of a million trees to help the NHS become carbon neutral.Watch the BBC Question Time leaders' special
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