LUCKY and JOLLY are two very different guys living in the same house. Lucky a sharp dresser, clean freak, but always broke and a legend with the ladies in his own mind. Jolly a conservative, who works with his mind but with the added pressure of always pleasing his family back home bump into MANDY works at a neighborhood pizza shop and who in desperation decides she’ll do what she has to in order to find enough money to help her ailing brother. That’s when Jolly and Lucky enter the local pizza shop and her heart. Looking for opportunities for sabotaging the others chances. Lucky and Jolly decide to propose the girl of their dreams.
DHEERAJ (22) a poor, but witty young man from a small Indian village leaves nothing to chance specially when it comes to having fun over phone. His close friend MANOJ (25) is just the opposite he cannot gather enough courage to speak to MANJU (18) a girl on the other side of the line.
As good friends do, Dheeraj helps the two who have never met and living 100’s of miles apart break their silence and get talking and so they do. The phone calls and chatting continues for a while and one day Manoj dials Manju’s number and gives the phone to Dheeraj.
Hearing Dheeraj’s voice Manju hurriedly gives the phone to her passing sister-in-law MEENA (20). Hearing a beautiful voice the Casanova in Dheeraj got to play and Meena didn’t mind either, innocently playing along and little did they know they are drawn closer leading to something more meaningful.
Not having met ever and getting deeper into – over a phone relationship brought forward serious questions and even bigger fear for Dheeraj indulging with a married woman. This was no mean feat, but love is innocent and instead love wants to break free from all stigmas society imposes. The fragile fabric of their phone love affair, and the dreams they built in each other are threaten to rip them apart.
Did Dheeraj and Manju finally meet or did culture, cast, and society consume them?
Missed Call is a new romantic twist in the generational old rural India.
TEN THOUSAND MILES – Neighbours at Crossroads
NEEL has just been fired from a Bistro but he's not giving up his dream of becoming a chef at a world-‐class restaurant. Without the extra money coming in, his father RAJ PATEL is forced to take on a couple of boarders, LEE and TOM. Neel becomes fast friends with the new boarders and together they try out every old trick to make fast a buck.
JENNY CHEN has just moved in next door with her daughter LIZ. When Neel meets Liz, he finds someone who can keep him calm and focused and the two of them plot their futures in their careers and with each other. However Raj and Jenny, being new neighbours, quickly find themselves at loggerheads with each other.
Can Neel and Liz bring their parents together to accept each other as family or will they have to travel a ten thousand miles to impress Liz’s father in China? Will Neel be able to focus his ambition and tame his temper? And will Lee and Tom help make or break Neel and Liz's new love?
Cross-‐cultural love verses Cross-‐cultural tension -‐ the hard choice!