Let’s talk about “NRI Wives: Grey Stories of Love Vs Desires”, a groundbreaking Bollywood feature film that challenges conventions and tackles taboo topics. Written and produced by Gunjan Kuthiala, the founder and CEO of NRILIFE Productions and owner of Jobgini, this movie is the first-ever Bollywood film fully shot and produced in the United States.
The film is an anthology that explores the complex and nuanced shades of human relationships, emotions, desires, and curiosity. According to Kuthiala, it shows that life is not just black and white, but rather a blend of grey shades that make it interesting.
The premiere of “NRI Wives: Grey Stories of Love Vs Desires” was held in Boston, marking a historic moment for Indian-American culture. The movie features an all-star cast of Bollywood legends like Bhagyashree, Raima Sen, Kiku Sharda, Samir Soni, Jugal Hansraj, Hiten Tejwani, Aditi Govitrikar, Gaurav Gera, Sadiya Siddiqui, Sameksha Oswal, Javed Pathan, Olivia Malhotra, and Kapil Arora.
What’s even more remarkable is that the production of this film involved the dedicated efforts of local Indian-American community members and community groups, such as Ambika Mangtani, Vidhi Dalia, Rohini Iris Pola, Soumya Dharmateja, Sraveo, SETU, and Hindi Manch.
The premiere of “NRI Wives: Grey Stories of Love Vs Desires” was held in Boston, making it the first-ever Bollywood film premiere in the history of Mumbai/New England. Among the invitees was Jay Kumar, the host of Jay-Ho! The Jay Kumar Show, who who expressed his admiration for the film and congratulated Gunjan Kuthiala on her successful attempt in the entertainment industry. He also wishes her the best of luck for her future endeavors and the success of the movie.
“NRI Wives: Grey Stories of Love Vs Desires” is not only a cinematic masterpiece, but also a hallmark to the talent and dedication of the Indian-American community. So let’s celebrate this groundbreaking film and the visionary behind it, Gunjan Kuthiala, for her contribution to the world of entertainment. Jay-Ho!