Tandoori Love

Tandoori Love

           Tandoori Love
               Genre: Comedy
               Actress, Switzerland, restaurant, cook, waitress, Bollywood
  Bollywood cinema is for kitsch, bright colors, unrealistic love stories and generous singing and dancing to Indian pop music. If you export this package to Switzerland, spiced with a pinch of Alpine costumes and dazugibt European sobriety, then one has the plot of Tandoori Love. Whether that works? With very small smears. Sonja (Lavinia Wilson) and her fiance, Mark (Martin Schick) lead a traditional coaching inn, the “deer” in the Swiss Alps, by the emergence of the Indian chef Rajah (Vijay Raaz device) very upset and replaced by new culinary flair. But as an Indian comes into the Berger Oberland? The solution is ready at hand: An Indian film crew to the unconventional Diva Priya (Shweta Agarwal) just shooting a Bollywood Schmonzette against the picturesque backdrop of snowcapped mountains and now misses his cooking. Naturally, Priya can not work without her personal chef and begins the frantic search for the descendant. Who has the “deer” cozy, after he has fallen head over heels in the supermarket Sonja and she tries to impress with his culinary skills from a Marriage. What he does not know is that Mark him a step ahead and has already ordered the squad. Sonja is torn between the two men, and can decide only with difficulty. Meanwhile, following the community happy but confused the diet change, which has now instead of hash browns and Zurich Sliced spicy curry and chutney. Bring to Bollywood-style leads to a dramatic finale, in which Sonja decides for the one and only Mr. Right … black The combination of ultrakitschigem Bollywood cinema and the equally kitschy Swiss mountains with the quirks of Swiss and Indian individuals, which are sometimes exaggerated cliché, and a good dose of humor make a total of at Tandoori love for a fun and entertaining cinematic experience. The colors of Indian clothing rises magnificently from the snowy mountains and down the green meadows, forming an unusual cultural mix that exists in actual reality. Switzerland is a coveted tourist destination for many Indians, and the Indian film industry here has already turned some stripes. So it is not surprising that Oliver Paul’s passion for Bollywood and his Swiss roots, has combined in this film. His dictum is: More trash! And there is an abundance of love in Tandoori. But not only, but also many funny details, such as, for example, the Pug from Grandma Rosmarie (Verena Zimmermann), the buckled for unknown reasons, a walker and tortured by the scenery. In addition to kitsch and comedy may be missing the dancing is not, though at the choreography in places lacking in the implementation, which may be due to the semi-professional status of the dancers. But if you as a spectator demands something herunterschraubt, one can forgive the deficit slightly, because in return, provide the crisp Food Details in the kitchen and the extraordinary close-ups of food preparation to ensure that one’s mouth water runs together and show Vegetables , meat & Co at its best, that is extremely sensual side. Only the selection of the main character Rajah seems somewhat unsuccessful, because Vijay Raaz looks pretty devious and is more of a prototype of a crook than that of a sensual lover. Prerequisite to like the movie is a certain affinity to the Alps and romances Bollywood kitsch. Then if you can still some glitches in the script aside and squeezing at the dance choreographies one eye, then Tandoori absolutely love an entertaining comedy that makes for some amusement. (Silvy Pommerenke)
  Title: Tandoori Love Country of production: Switzerland Year of Production: 2008 Length: 92 (Min.) Distribution: ( #) Arsenal Film Distribution

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