A comedy which unfolds in the jaws of a raging tiger, raining bullets and a comical match of wits.

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Rock (as Terrance Quaites)
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Meera
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Prince
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Rudy
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Shorty
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Ana
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Tiger Singh
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Prem
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Fortune Teller
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An upcoming hip-hop band from San Francisco makes the journey into the depths of modern Hindustan. They clash with a feisty Prince for the prized catch: Meera, a bold dusky beauty. The comic adventure unfolds in the jaws of a raging tiger, raining bullets and a deadly match of wits. Written by Anonymous

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Love goes Hip Hop!


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$3,500,000 (estimated)
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Nandana Sen was signed for the lead role but opted out. See more »

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Kabaddi
by TQ
Music Composed by Will Storkson
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Laugh all the way through!
8 August 2012 | by See all my reviews

A crazy comedy all the way, could not stop laughing. I wanted to watch it for a long time since I missed the theatrical release in 2009. I don't know what took so long for them to put this on DVD. But I really enjoyed it. Meera is a student in San Francisco and plays with a band called 'Nerve Block'. When her brother, Prem learns about her love for an African American classmate, Meera is whisked away to India. Her friends take a trip to India to rescue Meera from an impending marriage to a Prince. Their adventure makes up the rest of the story of the film. The movie is shot in a very beautiful manner, literally a symphony of colors. The screenplay is entirely focused on making you laugh. The lead actors are just okay but the supporting cast makes it worth watching. Specially Tiger Singh, the father of bride! That guy is hilarious! Crazy stuff...If you are in to serious cinema, this is not for you.


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