Gay fashion designer Kamlesh, still reeling from a recently-ended relationship, invites a group of friends for dinner for a special announcement. However, the situation worsens when ... See full summary »

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Rinke Khanna ...
Kiran
Darius Taraporewal ...
Father of Kiran and Kamlesh
Veena Sajnani ...
Mother of Kiran and Kamlesh
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Kamlesh
Atul Kulkarni ...
Ed (Edwin Prakash)
Mahmood Farooqui ...
Maqsood
Pooja ...
Maid
Faredoon Dodo Bhujwala ...
Sharad
Heeba Shah ...
Deepali
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Girl (as Shenori Ramnathan)
Mikhail Sen ...
Boy
Kalyanraman ...
Bride's Father
Shilpa M. ...
Bride
Suma Sudhindra ...
Bride's Mother
Manek Shah ...
Boy on the Road
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Gay fashion designer Kamlesh, still reeling from a recently-ended relationship, invites a group of friends for dinner for a special announcement. However, the situation worsens when Kamlesh's sister arrives with her new fiancé, a man with a deep secret.

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The first gay male film from India! See more »

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What a wonderful surprise.
30 December 2004 | by (McKinney, TX) – See all my reviews

Netflix listed this video and I had to try it. I absolutely loved it!

The first part of the film worried me a bit as it retraces tired steps from American flicks like "Boys in the Band." A party begins with a cast from "stereotypes 'R us." Luckily the film quickly shifts to higher gears as painful truths collide among family and friends. I don't want to tell any additional details: I hope that potential viewers give this film a well-deserved chance. Perhaps this film isn't a rarity in India – I'm clueless on this point. Yet, an Indian film dealing with both gay men and closeted men haunted by others' expectations must represent some risk-taking on the part of the cast, crew and production people. I hope this one meets with sufficient success as to leave the closet open for more of its kind.


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