What else can a prime minister's daughter do to chagrin her father? Apart from drink and drive act... Fall in love with her hairdresser.
This is one of the short movies being screened today by the Films Anonymous Organisation. The chief guest for this occassion is the famous and controversial film-maker Mahesh Bhatt. He will also be accompanied by Anurag Kashyap, the man behind the film Black Friday. This Short Films Show is being conducted to encourage small films, which are screened only at the film festivals and consequently not available for the general public.
Czech filmmaker, Ivan Zacharias' Bollywood-style musical is an exciting tale of forbidden love, betrayal, jealousy, and the invention of that notorious hairdo - the mullet. Originally commissioned as part of a series of short films by the Absolute Vodka, the marquee product is cleverly utilized throughout for maximum comic pleasure.
This movie is envisioned as a tribute to Bollywood. The film is an over-the-top telling of a bizarre story. The prime minister's (Anupam Shyam) daughter (Richa Pallod) falls in love with her hairdresser (Vaid), much to her father's chagrin.
Director: Ivan Zacharias Producers: Nick Landon, Nathy Aviram Screenwriters: Lynn Branecky, Joseph Mazzaferro Cinematographer: Jan Velicky A S C Cast: Raja Vaid, Richa Pallod, Vejay Raaz, Anupam Shyam, Kiran Pande Year: 2003 Length: 10 mins