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NRI Movies: A-C


  • ABCD (which stands for American Born Confused Desi) is a look into the experiences of first generation Indian Americans and their struggles to find a common ground
  • Aishwarya to act in Hollywood movie - offered role in Bond film
  • American Made -story about a Sikh American family in the aftermath of 9/11
  • American Desi- fun-loving romantic comedy reminiscent of the great teen films
  • ARYA
  • 'Bend It Like Beckham': "Bend It Like Beckham" actress Preeya Kalidas will launch her pop career at an annual festival here that showcases South Asian arts, entertainment, dance and food.
  • Beyond Honor: is a suspense drama that graphically depicts the violent devastation of the American dream for an immigrant cross
  • Bhavishya: about a young couple, both doctors, who meet and work in the backdrop of their profession. produced by NRI doctor Nikhil Kaushik, UK
  • Bollywood Bound: is a feature length documentary which tells the story of four Indo Canadians who return to Bombay to find fame and fortune in the Hindi film industry.
  • BOMBAY DREAMS: Two young performers, Anisha Nagarajan and Manu Narayan coincidentally both from Pittsburgh and with roots in the same Indian state of Tamil Nadu
  • Bong Connection: The film will dwell on NRI Bengalis who have settled abroad and Bengalis in India
  • Brides Wanted: Waheeda Rehman play role as grandmother of her NRI grandson, helping him select a perfect matrimonial match.
  • Bullet: NRI ready with Indo-Bulgarian Bollywood action flick 'Bullet' fulfilled my ambitions
  • Chicken Tikka Masala: The filming of a new British Asian Comedy, which is costing £1.2 million
  • Child Marriage: This documentary film is 82 minute long, about a little bride getting engaged before she was even born
  • Continuous Journey: award winning documentary of this NRI based in Canada is a complex tale of hope, despair
  • crossover: pictures that aim for both an Indian and a western audience