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It's Hard To Follow Indian Culture Storytelling Especially When They Make The Movie
05/05/2019 It will take the average (non Indian) viewer the full length of this patchwork movie to understand the entire storyline with holes so big that they're almost funny. The closed captions are for English speaking Indians not for English speaking Americans (seriously flawed). The music? ... many times little to do with the content that you're watching. 5 stars would be a "to kind" review, 4 is on the money. Disregard those 8, 9 and 10 star reviews, they were left by those with either ties to India or the making of this film. Bon Appetit
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