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Bollywood Thriller: Karma – Do you Believe?

5Jan

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The Filmmakers are looking to raise 20,000 dollars by the the end of Feb, if you donate you get some really cool incentives … check it our right here and read more about the project below

Friends,

We started the project Karma, a feature length Bollywood thriller, to bring the ancient Indian philosophy of Karma to the modern era. With this, we intend to share the notion of good Karma with the world. Our film is in its final leg of post production and is ready to be released to the world. Based purely on merit, we recently got picked up for limited theatrical distribution by Adlabs, the same company that is going to be funding Dream Works soon. They are the biggest player in the Indian market and are poised to make their presence felt on the American stage. With them agreeing to release a small independent film like ours in a minimum of 8 U.S. theaters, we are assured of an American theatrical release. Aside from the backing of a big player, we are being presented by Sai Kiran Adivi, a noted Indian filmmaker (Please google Sai Kiran Adivi for information).

Here is the synopsis of the film:

The words “Kali-Yuga” are heard in the language of traditional Indians. The Sanskrit definitions describe it to mean that this is Age of Iron, of machines, of evil. It is said that mankind will have reached the depths of the Kali-Yuga when man starts eating man, when cows give blood and kill instead of giving milk and life. If Dharma, that is righteousness and honor, stood on four legs in the Golden Age, the Iron Age will have Dharma hobbling on one leg and gasping for breath. The Telugu language film, KARMA, is a look at deepest parts of the soul in the modern day man. Set in a fictional mountain town in the U.S in 2009., KARMA is a story told through the eyes of a young woman named Padma. It details her experiences as she bears witness to the horrors of the Kali Yuga. This film is ultimately about justice trying to prevail, about people with morals fighting a losing battle. It compels viewers to ask themselves tough questions. Will good win? Will Dharma survive? Will they believe?

The audience is the key to the success of any film. That is why we’re asking you to support us by either pre-ordering the above mentioned bundles, or by signing on to become an executive producer on our film. We will be putting up videos/marketing materials every month showing the progress of our film.

Our 60 day fundraising campaign begins now. We are counting on you, your friends, and family to help spread Good Karma to everyone.

Sincerely,

Karma Cast & Crew

PS: all merchandise will be shipped after theatrical release of movie. You are pre-ordering the merchandise now.