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A first of Bharatiya style film that explores love between Indian Boy and Hongkong girl

Hong Kong based writer and director, Sri Kishore is all set to release his next film, “My Indian Boyfriend” in March, 2021. This is the first Bharatiya style film ever made and shot entirely in Hong Kong. A story of an Bharatiya boy and his cantonese girlfriend, the film creates a fine symmetry between the two diverse cultures with 7 beautiful songs and dance numbers. The language of the film alternates between Cantonese and Hindi. The shooting was finished within 30 days working tirelessly as per COVID-19 security guidelines.

It is a cross-culture story involving Krishna (Karan Cholia), the typical young man of Bharat and Jasmine( Shirley Chan) a highly independent girl living in Hong Kong. Other cast of the film includes some of Hong Kong’s well-known faces as Shirley Chan, Justin Cheung, Kaki Sham, Qbobo, Lenna Yueng, Pancy Chan. Bharatiya actors Inderjeet Singh, Maitreyi Karanth, New Dellily, Roshani Shetty will be seen in the film.Technical team includes Director of Photography- Kunj Gutka,Editing by Raavi Vamsi Krishna, Music by Shravan Bharadwaj, Produced and Directed by Sri Kishore.

A dubbed version of the film into Hindi, Telugu and Tamil along with the original Cantonese version to be released in other countries like Taiwan, Malaysia, Singapore will introduce Hong Kong’s living style and culture to the Bharatiya audience and more. Moreover, it is an introduction of Hong Kong actors to the Bharatiya market and vice versa from Bharat to the Hong Kong market.

Speaking on the film, Director Sri Kishor said, “ Slated for release in March /April 2021, this film will not only be a huge amount of satisfaction towards creativity for me and my team but also a fruitful experience for Hong Kong and Indian Cinema through the mixture of the two cultures in the best possible way. I wanted to introduce Hong Kong's actors to the Indian market through this film. In the same way, I wanted to introduce Bharatiya actors to Hong Kong audiences.”

So, watch out for this first ever cocktail mix of Hong Kong and India stirred into a glass full of fun, laughter and romance! Don’t miss out on this heady mix!

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