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Ellen Albertini Dow,
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This is definitely an entertaining and refreshing movie. It's full of color and exuberance. The search for identity, love, family, humanism, comedy, romance are all explored within this movie. The acting was fresh and vibrant, the characters engaging, and the jokes genuinely funny. The entire auditorium was laughing out loud every minute or so. This film trots along nicely at a lovely pace, never dwelling on anything longer than necessary or leaving anything unfinished, keeping the viewer entertained and mentally engaged. The director shows amazing technical skill especially with the execution of the fight scenes and the Bollywood song and dance numbers.
Considering this was the director's first movie with a very limited budget and resources, I look forward to her next projects. She is without a doubt very talented, and she can definitely tell a story with amazing finesse!
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