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College freshman Krishna Reddy, who has never cared for his Indian-American cultural heritage, looks forward to a new life on campus but is surprised to find that he has been assigned Indian roommates. Through his new experiences, he struggles to understand the side of himself he has always turned his back on in order to fit in.Written by
[Rao is drunk and is urinating in front of a tree]
This is one of the things I miss most about India. The Freedom. No bogus rules. No regulations. Just do what you want freely.
[Turns and urinates on Ajay's shoes]
Oh man! I paid $60 for these bitches!
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First half had me laughing out of my seat. Being a Canadian-born confused desi I could relate to all of the humour. The second half of the film was a bit of a letdown as the writer tried to resolve the issues in a quick fashion. I would liken this movie to "Soul Man" where there was great potential but only a "good" movie as a result. Thoroughly enjoyable but could have been a classic!
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