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
Nicole Cherié Saletta ...
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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Riot of colors and laughter!
8 August 2012 | by (London, England) – See all my reviews

I almost did not watch this film. But my boyfriend insisted. So we did! It was a pleasant surprise. The movie has a huge canvas for an indie film. It is about this girl, Meera who is at San Francisco on a student visa which is about to expire. She falls in love with her African American classmate and they decide to get married. But Meera's family takes her back to India against her wishes. Her boyfriend along with his friends undertake a journey to India to rescue Meera. The plot is run of the mill, fish out of water kind of story, BUT the treatment is worth many laughs. The director does not try to make a serious love story but is only focused at comedy. You could even call this film a parody of Indian blockbuster,"Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge". The movie gets very comical and interesting once we get to India. The character of girl's father, Tiger Singh is hilarious and over the top. You see him and you start laughing. Fatso Fasano as Shorty Chipps is very good. The lead actors are just okay but on the whole a good comedy. I still can't stop laughing, Poor Fatso trying to take a crap! Watch it, I am not kidding.


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