Ajatashatru Lavash Patel has lived all his life in a small Mumbai neighborhood tricking people with street magic and fakir stunts. He sets out on a journey to find his estranged father, but instead gets dragged on a never-ending adventure.
-In a neighborhood of Mumbai resides a colony of magicians, puppeteers, fire-eaters and other artistes. Among them is Aja, who as a child, possesses an exceptional talent. He is a 'fakir', who can float, swallow sabers and he is equipped with an array of tricks, which he mastered to perfection. He also performed miraculous healings. But when his mother gives him a plane ticket to Paris and instructs him to carry out a mysterious job, he is completely upset as he has never left his little neighborhood before.Written by
Hugo Van Herpe
This film tells the story of a young Indian man who goes to Paris in search of his father, with no money in his pocket.
The journey is truly incredible. It is beyond my wildest dreams, yet most of it is believable. It is a fantastic, eye opening journey that educates the brain and the heart. I find the film very entertaining, fun, touching and imaginative. I really enjoyed it.
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