Can you keep up with the Kandasamys?

Carnival City Ster-Kinekor is one of these cinemas. Bookings open on February 22 and tickets are limited.

Set in Chatsworth, the film opens a window onto the lifestyle and subculture of modern-day Indian South Africans – their aspirations, dreams and challenges.

The film stars Jailoshini Naidoo (Eastern Mosaic, Lotus FM) and Maeshni Naicker (Broken Promises) as the matriarchal rivals of neighbouring families, whose young adult children become romantically involved.

Despite their best efforts to keep them apart, they are forced to acknowledge that love will always prevail.

When Jennifer realises her beautiful tomboy daughter Jodi is in love with Shanti’s son Prishen, she is determined to break them up.

But in order to do that she will have to enlist her rival’s help.

This rib-tickling, two-sided family comedy affair was directed and co-written by Durban filmmaker Jayan Moodley (White Gold), produced by the award-winning duo Helena Spring and the late Junaid Ahmed and co-written by Rory Booth.

Keeping up with the Kandasamys will be officially released in cinemas nationwide on March 3.

Tickets for the 12 noon and 2pm preview shows on February 26 can be purchased via the Ster-Kinekor website or at Carnival City.

View the trailer here:

Social media links:

Twitter: @kandasamysmovie

Instagram: @kandasamysmovie

Facebook: www.facebook.com/kandasamysmovie

#ChatsworthStyle #KandasamysMovie

  AUTHOR
Ischke de Jager
Journalist

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