Movie Synopsis: It provides a glimpse into the quirks, quibbles, eccentricities and other cultural excesses of a bunch of Indians in the US trying hard to keep the Bollywood spirit alive in the land of opportunities and, yes, dreams. First things first. Writer-director Manish Acharya's 90-minute film leaves you with enough characters to populate two big-budget Karan Johar spectacles. Broadly assertive Indians swarm the posh hotel that hosts the music contestants. Yes, there's plenty of anger underlining the film's utterly blithe and amusing subtext. On the surface, the eccentric and isolated NRI community seem to represent the most apparent fall-out of cultural displacement. Within half-an-hour you warm up to these naively ambitious characters as people whom you've probably bumped into during your last visit to the US at the neighbourhood curry canteen. These include the chic socialite, played by Shabana Azmi who sports a dazzling smile and a new haircut, whose raga-rich guru teaches her to sing "Chura liya hai tumne" sexily, the 17-year old singing prodigy (Ishitta Sharrma) of a stifling Gujarati family and the earnest but talent-less Bollywood-fixated bimbo (Seema Rahmani). Also present are the Bollywood-Bachchan fanatic (played by director Acharya) and the belligerent gay Bhangra-rap duo who walk hand-in-hand with aggressive amorousness across the hotel lobby. They all gather together in a hilarious huddle of NRI eccentricities, Bollywood norms and Hindi songs belted out in voices that often belong to the bathroom
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