ANGRY INDIAN GODDESSES

104 MINUTES, MELODRAMA

DIRECTOR / AUTHOR: PAN NALIN
PRODUCERS: ONE TWO FILMS, JUNGLE BOOK ENTERTAINMENT
GERMAN DISTRIBUTOR: NFP
SWISS DISTRIBUTOR: FILMCOOPI
SALES AGENT: MONGREL INTERNATIONAL

WORLD PREMIERE: 40. TORONTO INT. FILM FESTIVAL
*** RUNNER UP - PEOPLE'S CHOICE AWARD ***

*** PEOPLE'S CHOICE AWARD *** 10. Rome Film Fest

 

SYNOPSIS

Angry Indian Goddesses is a celebration of womanhood in the 21st Century India. Power packed drama about firebrand Indian women finding their hearts and losing their heads! A wild bunch of girls from all over India descend upon Goa. Their closest friend FRIEDA has invited them to her family home for a surprise announcement: she‟s getting married! Thus begins an impromptu bachelorette. A riotous roller-coaster ride of girl bonding: friendships- break ups- make ups- fuck ups- passion- devastation- hesitation- terrorization- realization- boom- explosion... Amidst the fun and frenzy, heart break and heart ache, passion and obsession, youth and innocence, hidden secrets tumble out of the closet, emotions run high and dry; oblivious of the impending doom upon these girls who go on living life like there is no tomorrow. Until... 


DIRECTOR: PAN NALIN

Pan Nalin is an Indian film director, screenwriter and documentary filmmaker. Nalin is best known for directing award-winning films like Samsara, Valley of Flowers, Ayurveda: Art of Being or Faith Connections. Samsara, a huge commercial and critical success worldwide, won him some thirty plus awards. With box office collection of over $ 30 mil, Pan Nalin remains the highest grossing Indian independent filmmaker internationally. Nalin has served as a jury member at many international film festivals, attended several prominent filmmaking and screenwriter labs, and has been on the panels of many prestigious cinema, literature and arts conclaves.

FILMOGRAPHY (SELECTION)

Faith Connections (2013)
documentary

Valley of Flowers (2006)
feature film

Ayurveda: The Art of Being (2001)
documentary

Samsara (2001)
feature film