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Two wayward British teenagers experience strict parenting on the other side of the world, as Aron and Nadia get new parents in India. For a week they must live with the Nanjundayyas in Bangalore. Mum is a businesswoman and dedicated charity worker who, since her husband passed away 15 years ago, has raised her children with the help of her extended family. Despite adapting their traditional family values to a modern society, the Nanjundayyas have a zero tolerance attitude towards bad language and public disorder.
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