When Hari got Married News
Dharamshala International Film Festival 2013: Gulabi Gang, Pussy Riot: A Punk Prayer to be screened
The festival begins on October 24 and has some interesting films in the line-up
The second edition of Dharamshala International Film Festival (DIFF), starting October 24, will showcase a mix of 30 films, including fiction, documentaries, short movies and experimental cinema. Click here to read more
When Hari Got Married movie review: The Great Indian Wedding in the Himalayas!
An endearing documentary about a taxi driver’s wedding in Dharamsala – home to the Dalai Lama – in the foothills of one of the world’s most famous mountain ranges
Take any hit Bollywood movie or Hindi daily soap, and you know it revolves around a wedding or two. Reality shows too have used this formula time and again, whether for a Rakhi Ka Swayamvar or a show like Band Baaja Bride.
It’s not surprising then that Ritu Sarin and Tenzing Sonam’s documentary on the wedding of Hari Desh, their local taxi driver in Dharamsala, gathered a lot of curiosity. But what is it that makes When Hari Got Married so appealing to audiences who are not accustomed to watching this format of filmmaking? Click here to read more
When Hari Got Married first trailer: An arranged marriage with a twist!
When globalisation collides with old age customs and traditions, you get ‘When Hari got Married’
A co-production of White Crane Films and ITVS International (USA), When Hari Got Married (WHGM) takes a humorous look at Hari, a taxi driver from Dharamshala, as he prepares for his marriage to a girl he has only seen once, and that too, with her face covered. Click here to read more