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Mango Souffle (2002)

Not Rated | | Comedy, Drama | 28 February 2003 (India)
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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Cast overview, first billed only:
Rinke Khanna ... Kiran
Darius Taraporewal Darius Taraporewal ... Father of Kiran and Kamlesh
Veena Sajnani Veena Sajnani ... Mother of Kiran and Kamlesh
Ankur Vikal ... Kamlesh
Atul Kulkarni ... Ed (Edwin Prakash)
Mahmood Farooqui Mahmood Farooqui ... Maqsood
Pooja Pooja ... Maid
Faredoon Dodo Bhujwala Faredoon Dodo Bhujwala ... Sharad
Heeba Shah Heeba Shah ... Deepali
Shunori Ramanathan ... Girl (as Shenori Ramnathan)
Mikhail Sen Mikhail Sen ... Boy
Kalyanraman Kalyanraman ... Bride's Father
Shilpa M. Shilpa M. ... Bride
Suma Sudhindra Suma Sudhindra ... Bride's Mother
Manek Shah Manek Shah ... Boy on the Road


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 »


Comedy | Drama


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What a wonderful surprise.
30 December 2004 | by dishmanlSee 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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