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Finding Preet (2006)

Not Rated | | Comedy, Romance | 19 December 2006 (USA)
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Thirty-four divorced and INDIAN! Priti is a 34 year old Indian American physician and restaurant owner searching for preet (a hindi word for love). Her traditional Indian parents find her ... See full summary »

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Frank Zieger ... Chef Robert
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Dawn Birch ... Cat
... Peter
Cynthia Castiglione ... Lana
Vidya Challapalli ... Dimple, VJ for Bollywood Insider
Katie Chapman ... Lucy
Kanti Chowdhury ... Mom
Laxmi Shankar Chowdhury ... Dad
Priti Chowdhury ... Priti
Samir Chowdhury ... Brother
Bob Farster ... Nick "Biker"
... Helen
Bryan Lukasik ... Scotty
Megan Pitsios ... Waitress
Sudarshan Sabharwal ... Grandmother
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Thirty-four divorced and INDIAN! Priti is a 34 year old Indian American physician and restaurant owner searching for preet (a hindi word for love). Her traditional Indian parents find her numerous potential husbands from "Indian Internet Matrimonial" sites and her over zealous girlfriends persuade her to join a ten thousand dollar dating service. She goes to extremes to find love when it just may be where she least expects it... Finding Preet is a romantic comedy based on the experiences of writer, Priti Chowdhury. Written by Brie Dorsey

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Love may not fit all your criteria...

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Comedy | Romance

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Brand New Day
Written and Performed by Christian Winters
Featuring Meisha Moore
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Abominable
22 November 2007 | by See all my reviews

One truly cannot believe how awful the movie 'Finding Preet' is. From the opening to the end, dry, dull, lifeless characters make fun of Indian culture, stiffly recite their lines, and with clockwork precision nudge the dry story along. The plot is arguably one of the dullest to be filmed as of late; it seems to be made as a mechanism of self confidence; the star and writer is continuously complimented and praised for her thinness, always sought after in matters of love and work, while any normal person would edge away from her slowly if she acted like this in real life.. This movie is a waste of 95 minutes of your life, and it should be spent seeing something worthwhile.


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