Bleecker Aspect motorway has landed the U.S. rights to filmmaker Geeta Malik’s current comedy India Sweets and Spices, which made its world premiere on the Tribeca Film Festival in June. A theatrical delivery of November 19 has been space.
In the film, Alia Kapur (Sophia Ali) returns to her family’s posh suburban Unique Jersey dwelling after a one year away at college and upends their well-ordered life with her brash independence. After befriending Varun (Rish Shah), the excellent son of the current house owners of the local Indian grocery, she invites his family to a cocktail birthday party where family secrets are revealed. Alia’s shock turns to riot when she uncovers secrets about both her fogeys that push her toward a courageous and in the extinguish hilarious confrontation. Also starring are Manisha Koirala, Adil Hussain, Deepti Gupta and Ved Sapru.
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“India Sweets and Spices is a film so discontinuance to my coronary heart, and I’m extremely joyful to be working with this kind of passionate team at Bleecker Aspect motorway,” said author-director Malik. “I do know we’re in corpulent hands for sharing our film with the enviornment.”
Madison Wells and SK Global Leisure produced and financed the image. Producers are Naomi Despres (Lizzie), Sidney Kimmel (Hell or High Water), John Penotti (Crazy Successfully off Asians) and Gigi Pritzker (The Eyes of Tammy Faye). EPs are Adrian Alperovich, Kilian Kerwin, Tag O’Connor, Bruce Toll, and Rachel Shane.
The deal was as soon as brokered between Kent Sanderson and Avy Eschenasy of Bleecker Aspect motorway and CAA, alongside SK Global’s and Madison Wells’ respective heads of industry affairs, Brian Kornreich and Steve Tsoneff.
Bleecker Aspect motorway currently launched Together starring James McAvoy and Sharon Horgan, the docu The Loneliest Whale, the Sundance comedy Dream Horse starring Toni Collette and Damian Lewis, Together Together with Ed Helms and Patti Harrison, and the Colin Firth-Stanley Tucci film Supernova.