Karan Kandhari

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Karan Kandhari is an Indian Writer-Director.

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.[1]

Critical response[edit]

"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 [2]

References and notes[edit]

  1. ^ [1] Rushes Soho Shorts Results 2010 (Retrieved: 15 August 2012)

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