In 2009 he directed the short film Hard Hat, a melancholy tale of three immigrants who meet on a cash-in-hand construction job in London. The film was selected for numerous film festivals around the world, winning the Audience Award in the Rushes Soho Short Film Festival 2010.
"There is evidence of better things to come from British Asian directors, as Karan Kandhari demonstrates with Bye Bye Miss Goodnight. Offering a uniquely avant-garde snapshot of modern urban India, this visually ambitious road movie belies its modest budget to chronicle the unlikely encounter between a daydreaming Mumbai cabby and a pregnant, hitchhiking free spirit." - David Parkinson, BBC Film 
References and notes
-  Rushes Soho Shorts Results 2010 (Retrieved: 15 August 2012)
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