A young Indian-Australian couple must face up to the notion of cultural shame in this coming out drama.
To their respective conservative Indian parents, Vir (Antonio Aakeel) and Nitya (Anula Navlekar) are a happily married couple living in Parramatta, Sydney. They love to play the sitar together, she is a successful dentist, and he is studying for his accounting exam. However, as the cultural expectations ingrained into them from childhood start to take their toll, they both struggle to keep up appearances. When Vir makes the choice to be open about his sexuality, everyone must confront their own cultural shame in this feature directorial debut from Raghuvir Joshi. With gorgeous cinematography from Michael McDermott, this Australian-made melodrama is a cultural twist on the coming out narrative.