Cultures clash humorously for a Seattle artist when his cowboy father thinks art's a joke while an Indian family believes art is his destiny. Fireworks go off when falls for his "Indian Family's" exotic daughter.
From the time Ryan was just a boy he's had one dream - to become an artist. Cultures clash humorously as his cowboy father thinks art's a joke while an Indian family across the street believes art is his destiny. Ryan struggles to find his voice as an artist, getting rejected by gallery after gallery while attempting to get a show. Priya, the exotic Indian girl, seems to believe in his talent. Ram, Priya's Dad, might have the answers to Ryan's Karma. Or does he? And Ryan's older brother John, the dysfunctional screw up, ironically could hold the key. Conflicts arise when Ram discovers his beloved daughter falling in love with the struggling artist which sets off a dramatic confrontation that leaves all relationships at risk. Will Ryan achieve his dream? Will he get the girl? It's all up to Karma...Written by
The Director's Art: All the art in Mixing Karma is Ken Oelerich's, the Director's, art. The film uses the Director's art from when he was a boy of 5, to his high school years of experimenting with various styles to his mature work as a showing artist. See more »
An artist falls for his muse and they face family challenges
This was a great love story about an artist who falls for his muse. Her brother, played by Ajay Vidure is very heartwarming and steals the show! The art work is phenomenal, and the challenges these characters face in dealing with 5,000 year old traditions versus modern day love affairs, is entertaining. Shazia is a very beautiful girl, and a wonderful actress, she is a delight to watch on screen!
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