Well it really depends on what you want professionally!
If you're ready to enter a really long training program (Almost 6–9 years of training + minimum 1 year to enter training), have the GMC breathe on your shoulder all the time, be on your toes with regards to continuous professional development activities, want research to be a big part of your training, then in all honesty, PLAB is the way.
But if you're more clinically oriented, want to get done with your training fast (2/3 years of training + 1–2 years for exam preps), don't like unnecessary restrictions, then NEETPG should be your only aim.
In all honesty, you do not make a lot of money in the UK. This country is heavily taxed, has extremely high cost of living , and the working hours are really tiresome. Theoretically, you would be working on an average 48hrs a week. But add documentation, constant pressure of being watched, and the high expectations of patients, these 48hrs are almost as tiresome as 80–100 hr work schedule in India.
Kavyansh Bhan, Senior Clinical Fellow (Trauma & Orthopaedics) at NHS England
Source: Quora Digest