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Kunaal Roy Kapur
Konkona Sen Sharma,
Harry is an industrialist who loves his daughter Bijlee, and the bond they share with Harry's man friday, Matru. Bijlee's plan to wed the son of a politician, however, brings twists and turns in the lives of Matru, Bijlee and Mandola.
After spending 17 years in captivity, two soldiers, who share a dark secret, return to their families. The two families try to pick up from where they left off, while a government agent tries to expose their secret.
A ruthless philantrophist. A bhangra rapper. An over-protected prodigy. A reckless actress. A lovelorn businessman. An entrepreneurial yogi. And a Loin King. Enter a roller-coaster world of seven strangers whose lives collide during a singing contest in a small New Jersey town.Written by
A mockumentary in the spirit of Christopher Guest's 'Best in Show'. This has fewer laughs, but more heart.
A 'Desi Idol' Hindi singing contest is sponsored by a meat company in New Jersey (hence the title). A very odd assortment of contestants, including a young Jewish guy, and a gay Indian rapper vie for the crown as we follow each of their stories.
While clearly done on a tiny budget, the acting is all good, often better than that. And there is such an infectious good will to the piece that I forgave any rough edges.
I didn't laugh a lot, but I smiled almost the whole time I was watching. And any film that can do that is alright by me!
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