Karma, Confessions and Holi (2009)
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The film is based on the inner conflicts of relationships, which hitherto never spoken earlier, but in a festive atmosphere of Holi, each one loses the inhibitions. The relationships eventually come out stronger.
The identity of Indian families living in the U.S. and the cross cultural differences in evolution. Do Indians, having migrated from their native land, adapt to the difference in culture and are they ready to give up their inherent cultural inhibitions? "Karma, Confessions & Holi" is a film about Indian families, their relationships with fellow Americans, their own internal and inter-personal conflicts.
The U.S.-based business partner, Dev Kohli, of a struggling newspaper 'Indian Voice' and his partner, Gitanjali Singh, attempt to woo an investor at a get-together in Dev's house during the occasion of Holi (an annual Hindu spring festival, honoring Krishna). Apart from Dev's wife, Meera, the guests, amongst others, are: Meera's sister, Vani, her husband, Shekhar and their introverted and racially oppressed son; Megan; Jennifer and her boyfriend, Javed; Dr. Nimesh, his wife, Sujata, and her sister, Preeti. Preeti takes a camcorder along and take some candid shots. Chaos results when Vani comes across Preeti attempting to seduce her son. Even before this issue could be resolved, chaos, bias, hatred and anger prevails after the group plays a 'truth or dare' game.
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