Karma, Confessions and Holi (Karma Aur Holi)

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The film is entirely shot in New York and its suburbs and Princeton/New Jersey. The films deals with relationships of many dimensions, their conflicts and resolutions on the day of Holi, which is an Indian festival of colors, that signifies a new beginning. A contemporary film, wherein the story revolves around the identity of Indian families living in the U.S., 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 recent success of India based stories, done in an international style, has generated lot of audience interest, and some of the successful films are: BEND IT LIKE BECKHAM, MONSOON WEDDING, EAST IS EAST, AMERICAN DESI. First English language film with prominent Indian and international stars.


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  • So many issues make for confusion and incoherence. And an opportunity to bung in as many stereotypical Americans and NRIs as the script could accommodate: a dodgy Black neighbour, and a White cigar-chomping visitor have accents which belong in bad plays.

    Apr 26, 2019 | Full Review…

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