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Having risen from relative obscurity to obscene wealth through a series of nefarious import/export deals, the Bhatia family reside in a palatial mansion in South Delhi. Mukund, jovial patriarch of the family, struggles to balance the demands of a successful career with the continually expanding needs of his pampered family. When Jasper, the idealistic son of an important British business associate, arrives in Delhi to begin a tour of India he is quickly overwhelmed by the sights and sounds of the city as well as the contradictions and nuances of the colorful manner in which his hosts, the Bhatias, conduct their lives . As he is drawn into household dynamics, he slowly begins to find his presence has upset the natural order of things and that his first day in Delhi might just prove to be more than he bargained for.
It is a small film but one that is effortlessly warm and engaging; it will travel well, its themes and characters recognisable to international audiences gripped by the greedy few and anxious to reconnect with what is truly valuable.