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SYNOPSIS

After fleeing the scene of a fatal accident, a desperate American falls into a fateful night in the shadows of urban India, where a small-time hustler and a mysterious dancer force him to confront the karmic currents of his own conscience.

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The American

Hailing from the Washington DC area, Rob Tepper is a man of many talents. As a media maker, he recently wrote, directed, and starred in the short-form series The Grow, a workplace comedy loosely based on his own experiences working in Los Angeles’ underground cannabis industry. As a film actor, his numerous credits include the award-winning feature film Cicada Song, as well as a role in the Oscar-winning Argo. Rob is currently writing and developing a short form content comedy series about two brothers living below the poverty line in Bakersfield California. He is represented by Sally Hinata at Energy Talent.

ROB TEPPER

Amruta Sant is an award-winning Indian film & theatre actress who has contributed to various film both in India and around the world. She is best known for her performances in films like Batla House, Saturday Sunday, and Panhala, for which she received two awards for Best Actress. Internationally, she can be seen opposite South Indian superstar Dhanush in the recent The Extraordinary Journey of the Fakir, in which she portrays the protagonist’s mother. Proficient in English, Hindi, Marathi, Urdu, and Gujarati, Amruta is also a dedicated advisor, mentor, and coach to young aspiring actors.

AMRUTA SANT
Janki
DHANENDRA KAWADE
Rajesh

For more than twenty-five years, Dhanendra Kawade’s career as an actor, playwright, lighting designer and theatre director has taken him from his roots in Balaghat, Madhya Pradesh to varied points around the globe. His love of the stage led him to found the theater company Swangvale, (formerly Third Bell Productions), which has produced several original plays and holds theater workshops across the subcontinent for children and adults alike. A true renaissance man, Dhanendra has even danced in several Indian ballets over the past decade, appearing at festivals with the Rangashree Little Ballet Troupe. As an actor, he has performed in more than sixty theatre productions in English, Marathi, and his native Hindi. He currently teaches in the design faculty at the prestigious Drama School Mumbai.

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