‘Twisted families’ screened at Parramasala

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Rom com is about Punjab boy and Fijian girl

Twisted Families, a romantic comedy, is directed by Devesh Pratap Singh, produced by Dr. Rachel Singh was screened on the last day of the Parramasala festival.

Hosted at the Riverside theatre at Parramatta, Sydney, the event started with a small press conference in Kings Indian Restaurant, Parramatta and chat with the guests at the Riverside cinema, followed by the introduction of the actor Amit Sharma and Australian promoter Guru Dha.

Twisted Families is the third feature film by Dreamz Productions, New Zealand, and set to hit Australian theatres soon this year. Dreamz Productions started their feature film production with the cross cultural drama ‘Urban Turban’ released in 2014, and a psychological thriller ‘Ek Ka Do Aur Dhoka Ek- the Dark Side of Revenge’ which is yet to be released.

Twisted Families is a love story of a Punjabi boy and a Fijian Indian girl. Trouble ensues when the two families meet for their marriage and the difference in their lifestyles create mayhem. The film promises generous doses of fun and laughter and it has universal appeal across all nations and audiences because of its genre and content.

The movie, filmed over a year, showcases a hilarious set of problems involving both their families and the countless arising differences between their lifestyles.

Filmed in beautiful locations in New Zealand, it boasts cast of talented NZ& Fiji actors from across cultures.

“It was a wonderful experience; it is my third work with Dreamz Productions. I play the role of Aman, a young Punjabi boy who falls in love with ‘Tina’ (Lucy Russel). Working with the cast was really fun and it felt like one big family,” mentions Amit Sharma, the male lead of ‘Twisted Families’.

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