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  (in credits order)
Ivan Baccarat ... Michael

Amy Lindsay ... Lisa
Pravesh Kumar ... Vinaijaka
Gigi St. Blaque ... Abhisarika

Rajeshwari Sachdev ... Lochani / Loni (as Rajeshwaree)

Nassar ... Prashant (as Nasser)
Dhritiman Chatterjee ... Sage Vaisyzyana

Kim Sill ... Sally (as Kim Dawson)
Chris Thomas ... Billy
Rajiv Chandrasekhar ... Gulsham

Kip King ... Daerco
Bhupinder Singh ... The King
Jan Fawcett ... Girl at Party Table
Hal Long ... Man at Party Table
Apollo ... 2nd Prince
Montana Newman ... Girl in the Chair
Yousra ... 2nd Girl in the Chair
Lilly Gupta ... Sales Girl - Saree Shop
Prarthana ... Girl in the Courtesan's House
Teena ... Girl in the Courtesan's House
D. Jyott ... Girl in the Courtesan's House
Megha ... Girl in the Courtesan's House
Pinki ... Girl in the Courtesan's House
Nasrin ... Girl in the Courtesan's House
Rehmat ... Girl in the Courtesan's House
Jyoti ... Girl in the Courtesan's House
Chandni ... Girl in the Courtesan's House
Mansi ... Girl in the Courtesan's House

Directed by
Jag Mundhra 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Thomas A. Fucci  uncredited
Randor Guy  screenplay
Randor Guy  story

Produced by
Cori Cascante .... executive producer
Gregory Cascante .... producer
Ramesh Krishnamoorthy .... producer (as Ram Kay)
Original Music by
Tor Hyams 
Cinematography by
Ashok Kumar (director of photography)
Film Editing by
Tom Barger 
Casting by
Ashwani Chopra 
Sheila Thompson (casting by)
Production Design by
P. Krishnamurthy 
Makeup Department
S. Anji Babu .... makeup artist
Bhalchandra Pawar .... makeup department head
Production Management
Raguraman Subbaraman .... unit production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Dureyshevar .... second assistant director: USA
Prabhu Kishore .... assistant director
M.E. Swarnavel Pillai .... assistant director
M J Ramanan .... assistant director (as M.J. Ramanan)
K. Sarath Chandra Sekhar Rao .... assistant director
Rajesh Rathi .... chief assistant director
Sound Department
Tim Song Jones .... boom operator
Visual Effects by
Thomas A. Fucci .... visual consultant
Christopher Dusendschon .... in-show optical compositor: THDX (uncredited)
Camera and Electrical Department
Akash Ashokkumar .... gaffer
James 'Keeper' Auld .... key grip
Akosh Kumar .... assistant camera
K.R. Mathivanan .... assistant camera
K.R. Prabhakar .... first assistant camera
Kurt E. Soderling .... director of photography: second unit
P.S. Vijayan .... focus puller
D. Williams .... assistant camera
Music Department
Vincenzo LoRusso .... music mixer

Production Companies

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Also Known As:
"Tales of Kama Sutra" - USA (video title)
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Rated R for strong sexuality
USA:95 min
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Very Good Movie, I Say..., 1 December 2004
Author: magicalkittie from Benton, Louisiana

OK, obviously the person who posted before me did not watch the entire movie. It is a very good movie about love that survives through the ages. A man and woman are having relationship troubles because he is impotent with her. They decide to travel to India for him to study and preserve a temple as part of his job.

Along the way, the couple meets a very strange woman that tells a heart-breaking story of a couple who could not be. The story is of a monk who visits a castle to paint pictures of the king and queen performing Kama Sutra (which back then was a way of life). He falls in love with one of their helpers and betrays his vow of celibacy. The couple dies alone and apart.

After this story is told, the strange woman tells Micheal that he is the reincarnation of the monk and she is of the helper. (He doesn't think she's crazy *rolling eyes*) She tells him that she has loved him for hundreds of years. Micheal admits to the woman that he is in love with another woman. The woman understands and tells him that she will love him for ages until they are able to be together.

In the end, the man is no longer impotent and the viewer is heart-broken by the woman's story.

That is what this movie is about and I would recommend it to anyone!

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