A meet-cute at the local temple brings Naveen Gavaskar face-to-face with the man of his dreams: a fellow Marathi-speaking Hindu who loves the same Bollywood films and can cook a mean dal makhani. If his parents were ever going to accept him bringing home a boyfriend, Keshav would be that boy except – he’s white, raised by Indian foster parents who adopted him. But they’re madly in love and so off they head to the Gavaskar house, where Naveen’s white boyfriend isn’t the only surprise ready to walk through the door. This inter-generational, intercultural comedy presents a warm portrait of an Indian family wrestling with tradition, masculinity, and acceptance.
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